Gender Genderby Chikoness - Jam Entry
Helloooo! This is my first jam, and also my first game! :D I initially tried for compo but realized I couldn't make it in time (Started in less than 12hrs for compo time) so I tried finishing for the jam instead :)
I am quite happy with the outcome, though!
You have 30 (NOW 60!) seconds to play this game: turn into a guy to attract girl enemies, and turn into a girl to attract guy enemies! Every enemy charmed is a score gained!
Art & Sound by me
Coding by ranmaru90
(ranmaru90 helped me recreate the game in Unity after we fail to get GDevelop to work, he joined solo for compo, check out his game Hot Kitty!)
Made initially with GDevelop but switched to Unity
Sound : Bfxr
EDIT: You can now play it on my itch.io! Note: The game screen isn't full, you can't see the score. :(
- Tweaked the jump sfx, sound won't be repeatedly played anymore
- Tweaked the movement, movements much more controlled now.
- Changed to 60 seconds per gameplay
Note from my coder ranmaru90:
If you are playing the Web version on itch.io, when the game is done loading:
1. Click on the "Full Screen Button" at the bottom right corner.
2. Click on the Unity logo
3. Click on the pink area in the game.
Now you should be able to play. I'm not sure if I did anything wrong, but the Unity WebGL export could be buggy.
If it still doesn't load, refresh it. It should finish loading by now and after refreshing would help.
Downloads and Links
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