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

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Hard to know

by kyuni - Jam Entry

English:

Be a planet and see how you are invade by extraterrestrial beings. You have only one way to fight or communicate with them: transforming your body into rivers, forests, seas, lakes ...


Español:

Sé un planeta y observa cómo te invaden unos seres extraterrestres. Tienes tan solo una forma de luchar o comunicarte con ellos: transformando tu cuerpo en ríos, bosques, mares, lagos...

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Ratings

#242Innovation(Jam)3.47
#427Mood(Jam)3.25
#971Overall(Jam)2.75
#972Fun(Jam)2.53
#992Theme(Jam)2.56
#1934Coolness26%

Comments

CasualCat says ...
Apr 20, 2016 @ 11:32am

Hmm, it was interesting. Very different from the others. I noticed that there was a dynamic property to the people living on the planet, but in the bigger picture of the scene, nothing really progressed. The earthquake and seaquake always exterminated the "beings" in my play throughs. But I think the writing was well done and had a interesting mood set. Probably one of the only submissions so far that does a good job at setting the mood so far for me. But for people who don't enjoy reading, I don't think there's much. But me personally, I enjoyed the writing.

Apr 21, 2016 @ 8:18pm

Cool concept. Like it! :D

vctr_seleucos says ...
Apr 22, 2016 @ 10:10am

Really nice experience and concept, different from all the games I've played in the Jam. Even though the game is mainly text, some audio or sfx for creating ambient and expressing the changes in the world could be a good idea. Good job, and nice to see a game in spanish!!

JoseArias says ...
Apr 22, 2016 @ 4:30pm

Muy buena idea. Al principio al ver que eran unos 300 y me estaban haciendo daño pensaba que realmente era un engaño y hablabamos de piojos o algo asi jajaja.
Me ha gustado mucho, buen trabajo.

Naca says ...
Apr 23, 2016 @ 12:49am

Buah neno, yo leí algo tuyo una vez escrito en koruño a saco, en un blog de juegos por ahí. Me di cuenta con el gravatar ese. Sienta bien encontrar a alguien de casiña por aquí, y más si es haciendo cosas interesantes como esta. No estoy muy seguro de haberlo visto todo, pero lo que vi me gustó. Suerte, y no me seas julai y vota el mío! :D

AnaGF says ...
Apr 26, 2016 @ 5:34pm

I really like the concept, story is interesting. Nice job!

Javabot says ...
May 2, 2016 @ 2:13pm

Well, it was sort of enjoyable, but some grammatical mistakes along with a plot which was all over the place made this game slightly less enjoyable. Why would you ask me for my name to use it only twice: in the beginning and the end? Cool concept though.

David Cookie says ...
May 2, 2016 @ 2:48pm

Ooh, I'm the "Great Cookie"? :o Cool writing skills right here, even if there's some mistakes in the english version (but it's reasonable ^^). The 1st novel-game I've played so far in this jam, and I'm surprised I didn't see more as the theme fits quite well imo. It's a little short and it lacks a little ambient music, but otherwise it's pretty well done!

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