You Can't See Everything at Once
A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux
You can't see everything at once!
Chose between seeing yourself and the level in order to get where you need to go!
Complete the levels as quickly as you can, you're being timed!
|Published||Feb 25, 2018|
|Platforms||Windows, macOS, Linux|
|Authors||Sebastian Scaini, Coley, eternal_stormfire, Supermooper123|
|Made with||Unity, Aseprite, Adobe Photoshop|
|Tags||8-Bit, alakajam, chiptune, Difficult, Game Boy, jumping, Pixel Art, Retro, Unity|
|Average session||A few minutes|
|Inputs||Keyboard, Xbox controller, Gamepad (any)|
|Accessibility||Configurable controls, Interactive tutorial|
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i had a 89 sec 6 death run but was more careful this time :D
I did it! It takes a while to get used to jump blindly, but then it gets easier :) Nice job with that game
We played this over on our Youtube Channel and got a best score of 197!
This was delightfully challenging and really well done for the time you had to make it! The concept is excellently executed, and I could picture this as a much bigger game with a lot more challenges ahead!
Keep up the awesome work everyone! =)
I ran into a weird bug with the graphics settings affecting jumping. On very low when I played the jump button would work intermittently, between every other and about every 4th button press, but on ultra it works fine.
That's strange and I can't seem to reproduce it.
What platform were you playing on?
I did thing
that was my first run, :D
now here's my cooler 2nd run
Made a video
on mac you cant jump while moving it killed my run :C
Oh boy. I'll preface this with I didn't even finish. You don't want to know what my end time/score was... It was a fun game regardless!
It feels like I had a love hate relationship while playing this game!
Cool game btw! Challenging but it was really satisfying to be able to finish the levels.
Thanks for playing! You're score is on the leaderboard now.
Thanks so much for playing Janine <3
Nice game! Love the art and fx details.
Here's my time (I know, lame, but I'm the first entry so...)