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A platformer, without walking. For the Gamemakers Toolkit Jam 2018, theme: Genre without Mechanic.


WASD/Arrow Keys to move

Space/UPs to jump

There are a few special tricks you gotta learn to beat the game.



Made by ninja_muffin99.

Made with HaxeFlixel.

Art done in Krita.

Shoutouts to Digimin for the initial idea


Source code: https://github.com/ninjamuffin99/gmtkjam

StatusReleased
PlatformsFlash
Rating
Rated 4.0 out of 5 stars
(4)
Authorninjamuffin99
GenrePlatformer

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i cant play it in 2021 :(

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AMOGUS1./!>!/!//???!?/?/1

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amogus character

Like i said in your other game

HTML!

how do you big jump and how do you fling yourself

for some reason it does that randomly

is that supposed to happen

how have you played this game flash isn't supported

i dont know flash works on my comp for some reason

if you dont believe me i can send some photos of gameplay

weird,  no need to send screenshots

called old browsers

oo whats this game

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the guy on thumbnail looks like amogus

ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh a hate you

why is stemplez commenting on everything

to move u gotta jump and walk

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flash player is dead R.I.P Flash adobe player he was a good game machine

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bruh

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bruh

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A very nice vignette! Spent at least a half of an hour on it until I beat it (assuming falling to the left of the wall at the cloudy top counts?)—some parts were quite a struggle and honestly annoyed me a bit, but overall I enjoyed the soothing nightly vibe. I found the mechanics interesting, but they took quite a while to get confident in reproducing, as the exact control scheme behind them is not really apparent. I think that with some mechanical elaboration and more levels this could become a crisp speedrunning game, especially for tight jump enthusiasts—just adding a little non-threatening clock to the game as it is (displayed on second playthrough?) would be sufficient. I found the rhythm of racing through it with a mix of quick long-jumps and small positioning jumps alluring somehow. Glad I went by! Cheers.