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Shapeshifter PuddingChan

by ILICarrieDoll - Jam Entry

Pudding & Caramel from the Global Game Jam presents:

Shapeshifter PuddingChan

All you need is to jump and slide. Collect as many points as possible to see PuddingChan transforming from a regular/basic pudding into a luxurious, delicious-looking pudding! Try to collect higher points to see go into Sugar Rush mode, a one transformation we can guarantee you would't want to miss it.

We came out the simple mobile game to follow up with the rise of mobile games and casual gamers. Admit it, it's easy to get addicted with mobile games

[P.S] We even have the apk (just go to one of the download links to grab it)

Game Designer and Game Artist Pudding aka ILICarrieDoll
Game Programmer Caramel aka Krootozoa

Special Credit:
BY: tom-murray-93 (

Downloads and Links




orukinawa says ...
Apr 19, 2016 @ 4:33pm


Rock Eaters says ...
May 1, 2016 @ 4:41am

great comic style, love the puuuuuding :)

in3orn says ...
May 2, 2016 @ 4:13pm

Hey, this is a nice game :) You have still time to build the executable, so more people could try it.

May 7, 2016 @ 9:43am

Nicely polished looking entry! I played the apk. Graphics are great. Gameplay is simple but fun, though it needs some difficulty progression (did not notice any) and could do with more variation. Collision is a little dodgy. Otherwise very nice.

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