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This game was made for Godot Wild Jam #25

Movement: WASD/Arrow Keys
Rotate Camera: Q and E
Restart Level: R
Return to Menu: ESCAPE
Drop Seeds: SPACE

PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux
Rated 4.3 out of 5 stars
(3 total ratings)
AuthorsBitron, ambivorous
Tags3D, Cute, elements, Godot, godotengine, godotwildjam


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win.zip 104 MB
x11.zip 106 MB
osx.zip 105 MB


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I am victorious! That last level was by far the toughest. In terms of scope and complexity, it really went out with a bang lol. Had fun, really enjoyable overall.

-Easy and smooth controls.
-Very soothing and fitting music and sound effects.
-Cute and simple visually.
-A solid degree of puzzle-crafting.
-Really enjoyed the elemental aspect at it's core.

-The 'discovery of mechanics' portion might be intentional, or a consequence of time. I didn't really mind having to figure out the interactions, but even a simple premise of, "Elements each affect things!" would cause some useful subliminal understanding. The presentation of that concept doesn't need to be huge or elaborate either.
-I love isometric design. Easily one of my favorite design styles. But it can be easy to walk in the wrong direction by accident. That is all the more apparent if walking in the wrong direction scraps your progress hahahah. Not horrible, or really even solvable I think. Just a personal con. Nobody makes me angry at my own brain, nobody! xP

Great game, with a great premise. With some unrestricted development, you all can get this to be a really solid game.

Closing thoughts:
I spoke with Bit recently and he mentioned that you all are continuing the development. My one suggestion from a design aspect for a larger scale game, would be to introduce and abuse the elements at a slower rate. I completely get that it's a condensed Jam experience in this version. But a more complete and developed version would benefit from a slower pace of mechanical introduction. Just my opinion! ^^

Very good game, I hope you will continue to develop it.

we do! :)

Very good puzzle game! It is in my Top 5 of this week!

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