Shi no ganbo

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Shi no ganbo

Post by Jeeper » Mon Oct 14, 2019 7:58 pm

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[Introduction]
You wake up in a boat with no memory, drifting in the sea of afterlife. The deities that cover the sky watch you drift to shore, where your fate seems to be cemented as a soulless wanderer.

This is, until you find a small shard of yourself. With a slight sense of self you now try to find the answers to your emptiness

[What is “Shi no ganbō”?]
A side-scrolling platformer that tells a story about loss made for Ludum Dare 45, for the theme "Start with nothing". Shi no ganbō translates to “Desire of Death”, the rest you will have to figure out yourself!

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Re: Shi no ganbo

Post by bobbymcbobface » Tue Nov 12, 2019 4:59 pm

played the first five seconds of it and it's absolutely stunning - good job especially on the UI! :D
I make games that run on potatoes :P

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Re: Shi no ganbo

Post by Jeeper » Wed Nov 13, 2019 2:25 pm

bobbymcbobface wrote:
Tue Nov 12, 2019 4:59 pm
played the first five seconds of it and it's absolutely stunning - good job especially on the UI! :D
Thank you! What made second 6 so terrible that you quit though :awesome: ?

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Re: Shi no ganbo

Post by bobbymcbobface » Wed Nov 13, 2019 4:46 pm

Ha ! I didn't quit after the 6th second out of boredom I just run out of spare time ;) (I played more later though) but seriously it's an absolutely beautiful game and again I love the UI and the graphics

And also how did you get such smooth transitions I'd love to know
I make games that run on potatoes :P

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