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Detective Alice

by chinnie - Jam Entry

Alice is hungry and she is stuck in her room. Help her find food and find the way out. Oooh, what's that pink thing over there? Nomnomnom.

This game is a solo project by chinnie, made in Unity 5.3.4f1.
Majority of the assets were made during the gamejam. The rest, like wall, floor, ceiling and boxes are Unity's standard assets (for prototyping).

All the beautiful sfx and music are made by someone else.. since they're better.
SFX:
- 201656__ashleyxxpiano__bell-jingle, by Ashelyxxpiano, www.freesound.org
- 104686__herbertboland__wet-slaps, Herbert Boland, www.freesound.org
- Kitten Meow, by Mike Koenig, SoundBible.com-
- Amazon Catfish Underwater - from SoundBible.com
- purring, breaking_branch1, wind_bell, heartbeats by Taira Komori, http://taira-komori.jpn.org/freesounden.htm
(fish sound is rare >.<)

Music:
- “Cheerful Vacation”
- 17 years old
Both music are composed and peformed by Niki Wonoto - https://soundcloud.com/niki-wonoto

Thank you for playing.

Downloads and Links


Ratings

#2304Coolness0%

Comments

Mekuri says ...
Apr 20, 2016 @ 8:46pm

Nice game, I managed to beat it, and I really liked the ending! I was a bit confused at first when I started playing, but after a minute or so, I figured things out and it was smooth sailing from there.
I really liked the graphics style, and especially how you used the fog, it was brilliant.
I would've loved it if you had implemented Invert mouse- For us "inverties" it's quite a struggle to play through a game without it.
All in all a good job- The gameplay was very simple, but left me curious, so well done.

medidog says ...
Apr 26, 2016 @ 10:21pm

It is quite nice that you achieve a nice look, I love the atmosphere of the game. But it was frustrating at first how to play the game, and not a fan of the jump mechanics. But overall, I liked it!

Aaranos says ...
May 8, 2016 @ 7:39pm

The game has no direction. I think the maps and platforming is good but you need to add some indication of what you are doing, and controls.

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