A pawsome adventure~ 🐈

Controls:

     WASD - Movement

     Space - Jump

Credits:

ProgrammerAndy Bae
ArtistJack Pressnell
ComposerVincenti Zghra

Made as a part of:

Weekly Game Jam 130 - Dying is Awarded

Finally Finish Something 2020

StatusReleased
PlatformsWindows, HTML5
Release date Jan 09, 2020
Rating
(3)
AuthorsAndy Bae, Vincenti Zghra, SomeFarang
GenrePlatformer
Made withGameMaker: Studio
TagsCute, Pixel Art, Puzzle-Platformer, Short
Average sessionA few minutes
InputsKeyboard

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a nice puzzle platformer but you have to get used to the differents scheme of controls of all cats.Why to use the mouse in the beginning in the menu ? if not looks like a console controls game scheme.

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meow ball and speed meow and meowgic carpet

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I love this game

how do you beat the second level?

Use the fat cat as a bounce pad (hold space to jump higher) then use the fast cats as a speed boost to jump across the gap ;]

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thanks for the reply! I got to the fourth level and it's so fun to play especially liked the magic carpet cat

I really nice, but I had a lil problem :


https://gyazo.com/3b9588d65120ed2252377ef4cd083bd6

in the second level, it gets too hard. But yes, I understand that this is a game jam game; GG guys

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Fun game. I really like the loading screen! It's a hard game to play, but that makes it more fun imo.

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Hey man, I did my full 10-minute review during my Twitch Stream tonight (twitch.tv/aaknox), but I'm going to summarize what I said during my review:

Art: Executed very well. Reminds me of Cat Mario.

Animations and Controls: Very user-friendly (which I love).

Overall gameplay: Your team did a very good job with this theme. You made sure with each level design that the dying has a purpose but also a strategy. I enjoyed playing this game.

Sounds and Music: Very well done. Honestly, I can tell that the sound effects were done with love and care. 

Hope this review helps your team grow!

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This is amazing! The visuals, the sounds all great.

The design is my favorite though. The whole idea of 9 lives of cats and different types of cats leaving behind different platforms on death makes me wish I had come up with it.

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This is so cool. Visuals are fun, music is a banger and the theme interpretation is on point. Loved it!

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Awsome idea! Fully fit the theme of "Dying is Awarded", What a great design!

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This is reallyyyyy fun I'm impressed great job. The music is very catchy. The art is adorable, and the design itself is fun and progressive

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Oh my goodness i really really really loved this. I like how you guys incorporated puzzle elements with the different cats into leaving your corpses behind, it adds a new twist to corpse-platformers. Really well polished and intuitive!!!

i saw this as it was being made on twitter!

How did you guys manage time and priorities? *_*

Thank you for the kind words ;] I find that consistency is a really big factor in getting things done. But also since I was on break from grad school I didn't have much else to do ;p

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Really well done :) Well executed, solid idea, love the cute cats and audio is very fitting.

Some minor nitpicks! Since some (all?) of the cats are wider than one block, if there's a 1 block wide section of lava you can't fall in. The cat being larger than the blocks also makes the jumps maybe a bit more precise than they need to be. I think having some control over the height of the jump (Like in mario) would help a lot. The camera zooming out causes some weird visual issues which was pretty distracting in the magic carpet level.

Thanks for playing and the feedback!~ There is variable jump height but I scaled it back since the bouncy cats felt pretty bad the way I had it implemented (gravity as a higher value when the jump button isn't pressed) but I guess I should've fixed it properly. Definitely learned a lot while working on this. Glad you still enjoyed it, cheers