Please update game for running in full screen
Galaxy Garden (demo)
WASD to move
W or SPACE to jump and wall jump
E to interact
MOUSE to aim and shoot
This game was made in two weeks for the 2017 "A Game by it's Cover" Jam. Inspired by @heyshilly's Famicase, Galaxy Garden is a platformer/shooter in which the player must travel from planet to planet, fighting robots and restoring the galaxy's plant life.
Over the next few weeks, expect to see:
- new weapons
- new enemies
- new levels
- improved sound
- improved music
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I need to talk to you about something pertaining the game. It's not about gameplay or whatnot, but the game as a whole. If you would be so kind, message me on Twitter @night_m_fright (or email me at email@example.com if that works better for you) so I can discuss some things pertaining your game and a game I am/was working on (I put was there because I may have to change a few things).
Night M. Fright
I really enjoyed how you used the traditional-platform-problem-solving-level system and added robots! It's fantastic.
Second speed run, awesome game congratulations.
Nice game overall! The music is awesome, and the sound effects are juicy.
This is a really random comment, but I just really want to know how you do this. How did you create a GIF of your game and then edit it to add a title to the GIF. Cause I have little experience with editing software. And btw, awesome game. :D
My firs speed run
Charming visuals, nice sound, solid gameplay, and most importantly... the weapons feel pretty good! When the difficulty starts to ramp up the game ends, but I think it has a good length for a jam. This is a great entry, nice work!
Very nice! Good graphics, fine sound, very playable gameplay! Starts off easy, but it gets difficult. I have to admit I can't make it past the part just after the console that says "You're getting pretty good at this". (Ha, ha ha...) I feel like the plant/fruit thing is a little tacked on, in terms of motivations...still, the "greening" animation is very satisfying.
Originally, the fruit was going to play a much larger role, game play wise. Didn't have enough time to implement my ideas unfortunately. But I can see where you're coming from. Thanks for the feedback!
Pretty cool, could see it being a great full fledged game.
It'd be neat if restoring the plants had an effect on gameplay. Such as... it makes vines that you can climb, or it opens up a secret area, stuff like that.