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This game was developed for "My First Game Jam"

Theme of the Game Jam: "Change"


Change the color to adapt to your enviroment and solve a puzzle.


I would be happy to hear your opinion about the game.


Old Devlog

Updated 9 days ago
StatusReleased
PlatformsWindows, Linux, Android
Release date 58 days ago
Rating
(1)
AuthorTscheiBie
GenrePuzzle
Made withUnity
Tags3D, Black and White, change, Minimalist, monochrome, simple
Average sessionA few minutes
LanguagesEnglish
InputsKeyboard
AccessibilityColor-blind friendly, High-contrast, Interactive tutorial

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Shade Change 1.3 28 MB
OUTDATED Linux 30 MB
OUTDATED Android 35 MB

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That was so cool! I love the idea of switching between two worlds, as many other jammers used, but in a puzzle game environment rather than a platformer one! The asthetic was so cool too - I love the grayed out edges of the screen. I agree with Mom0, some indication in the background or on the board of the current color would be nice, but other than that really well done! 

Thanks x3

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very funny puzzle game, i would love to see the other the colors would change before i press the space bar, like sime grayed out version how the board would change. Great Work with the art and music

The Mac version is not working on my computer unfortunately :(

Sorry for that. I don’t have a mac so I‘m not able to test it put i just put the dike online. I’m trying to fix it if I’m not able to i will delete the mac version.

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Really liked the game, and thanks for releasing a Linux version too, it works great.

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Interesting. I love puzzle games. Just submitted one myself. This is very polished. It seemed a bit "out of focus" on some of the graphics, but that could be just me. Anyways, good job

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I really liked this game! It’s really well-polished (the credits screen though!) and the mechanics remind me of those puzzles in the ice caves of pokemon games. Also made me think a bit about how to quit the game; hahaha that one was great. I did find an interesting bug: it seems moving back and forth too quickly only moves the player and not the enemy. I didn’t use it, but it might be capable of breaking some puzzles.

Yeah I also realised that bug i hoped that noone would find it xD. But thank you for your feedback.

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Damn, this was really cool! It looks nice and is fun to play. Also appreciated that the menu was a mini-level.

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Thank you x3