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Deep Jam Game

by Sabre070 - Jam Entry

It's a 2 player local multiplayer game where you have to dig up more gems than your opponent, with a twist!

You have to always be holding onto a wall (to either side of you) otherwise you'll fall!

It was the first project we've made in Unity and we think it turned out pretty well.

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Comments

Rick Hoppmann says ...
Apr 29, 2014 @ 8:06pm

The Linux Download seems to be broken.
Feel free to send me a tweet @tinyworlds when it's working ;)

td1801 says ...
May 1, 2014 @ 5:04pm

The game must be really fun to play ! I was alone but I think it must be enjoyable ! The idea of falling is good too. graphics are cool but not outstanding.
Maybe some bonus could add more fun !

Ragzouken says ...
May 1, 2014 @ 5:06pm

the wall hugging mechanic was interesting - some kind of audio feedback for that would be good though

Sabre070 says ...
May 3, 2014 @ 6:39am

Sorry guys, didn't realise I wouldn't get notifications if people posted comments..

@Rick - Linux download was working on Suse, not sure why it isn't working for you, I'll shoot you a tweet :)

@td1801 - Thanks! This was our first attempt at using Unity and we didn't have an artist. We didn't want to add too much to detract from the core game - with 2 players it gets pretty intense.

@Ragzouken - We were quite happy with the way this turned out and were working in a reasonably loud room so audio wasn't much of a concern. We'd also have to learn how to put audio into Unity, though that shouldn't be much of a problem.

I am considering developing / polishing this a bit, thanks for the feedback! :)

AlexFili says ...
May 10, 2014 @ 6:16pm

Pretty cool, reminds me of the minigame in Mario Party where you dig for treasure

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