Ludum Dare 35 — April 15th-18th, 2016 — Theme: Shapeshift

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by Jan Marcano - Jam Entry

You wake up in a mysterious room.

Discover your inner fears.

WASD and mouse.

Orlando Vargas - Music
Maia Cordero - Programming
Felix Izarra - Programming
Jan Marcano - Paintings
Internet - Models

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Apr 23, 2016 @ 10:24am

No lo pude jugar chamos, no tienen versión pa jugarlo en web?

Titangea says ...
Apr 23, 2016 @ 3:32pm

Interesting, I can finished it (It have a final?), also the game is inmersive, you can increase the visual quality if you use a reflection probe, the scene will looks better, trust me, and only use real-time lighting (not baked), the candles colud have realtime shadows, and with it the game will increase the visual quality (the games looks good, I just tell it to you just for make it look better). Good job.

medidog says ...
May 4, 2016 @ 3:40pm

I have a lot of comments after playing this game. I hope these are helpful to you. First of all, let me say that I think you set the mood of this mystery quite well with the music and color scheme. However, due to a lot of problems with game mechanics, and decisions, the game is far from playable, or enjoyable. Looking around the room, I am able to interact with almost everything from where I stand, this cuts my enthusiasm to move around the room and explore. The waiting time when examining objects is annoying and pointless, could have been much better if things were clickable? Or maybe we are just tied to the chair in the beginning so we actually cannot move and that's why we are examining everything by just hovering over them? That would make much more sense with the current mechanics. This for me is a poor game design decision. Assuming that you are able examine an object, the text that appears is too fast, does not stop animating, starts over and over again, and has a very elaborate hard to read font. I was not able to read most of the text you prepared because of that. I do not also understand the randomness of the text box behavior. While this text animation keeps on happening, no idea how to get out of that window and move on. With all these in mind, the look and feel of the game is still very promising. Therefore, I wish there was the graphics category when voting for this game. Even though you pulled the models from the internet, I still think the paintings are of good quality. I think there's a lot of potential here, that's why I wanted to write a detailed feedback for you. Hope this is helpful for all of you.

Also, the Web link is a download link,so it is a bit misleading for everybody who wants to play it.

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