Made in 3 hours for the TriJam using GDevelop for first time!
Theme: Floating Islands

Click/Tap the island you want to move the player to. Every Gem collected will slightly increase your movement speed. How high of a score can you get!

This was my first time making a project with GDevelop and I'm super happy with the results. 

Art by: Kenney

StatusPrototype
PlatformsHTML5
Rating
Rated 4.4 out of 5 stars
(5 total ratings)
AuthorVimlark
Made withPixiJS

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18 gems is good enough for me. Pretty fun :)

I am waiting for you to make a comparison video between gdevelop and c3 from your perspective.

nice simple and fun, great video about it, this is the game engine i use so it was cool to see you use it as well, a video about you making this game in C3 to compare the engines would be kind of neat as well.

Pretty Cool! :D

this could be a good time killer

Love it also i'm nategamedev on discord..

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4th! For a first game made with GDevelop, really nice job Vimlark!
- Bouh

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21 gems noice game


For reals tho I thought I was playing among us so I accidentally voted off red ;0

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WAIT WHAT

Got 15 gems!

Nice to see vector instead of pixel for a change :)

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16 gems! Feels like it cant be much higher with the delay between jumps. Gj! enjoyed the game!

Congrats! So, how was it different from C3?

I'd say the milliseconds, we had a lot of fun about it with the chat during the stream^^
You can watch the replay on Twitch!
- Bouh

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FINALLY!!! YOU USED THE NEXT BEST THING TO CONSTRUCT 3!!!

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I use Gdevelop too! Play my latest Rage Game: Square One  Square One by Mr.Nobody3675 (itch.io), It's made with Gdevelop.

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YES, MORE GDEVELOP USERS. WE MUST SPREAD

YES! LET"S MAKE MORE GAMES IN GDEVELOP AND SUBMIT ALL OF THEM TO ITCH.IO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (Let's just try not to be creepy)

THE CULT OF GDEVELOP WILL RISE!!!

lets, STAARRRTTTT!

Wow thats insane for for threes hours, helped that you didnt have to art. Nice game

Impressive for only 3 hours! Well done!