Description

A race of space-aliens seemingly descended from the gameboy era have fallen upon hard times and require your aid to get out of a few sticky situations, lead them to their beacons so that they might find their way home!

But remember, their destinies are linked!

Made in 72h for Heartjam!

(find my twitter here: @_profan)

HTML5 version doesn't work!

If it doesn't run, if you're using Google Chrome that is probably why, I've confirmed it works mostly fine for anyone in Firefox so I advise you try that in case it doesn't work!

If it still doesn't work, download it!
The desktop versions all have been confirmed working.

Future Development

The jam version will stick around as it is, but I've since feedback received now decided i might developing this, polishing it, adding levels and further mechanics! :)
(it will show up as a separate project if this is the case)

Follow me on itch/twitter if you wish to follow more closely, thanks! :D

On Downloading/Playing

I recommend you download and play it if you can, the browser version *may work just fine* but it is a last minute export, and all my testing was done on a desktop version! Thanks! :D

Please report any issues you may have found, I will try to fix them, I am aware of some bugs that are still in there, but it should be largely playable.

Miscellaneous

The game has no sound/music, this is because I couldn't chuck it in there in the time left, I absolutely recommend you play some rhythmic music while you solve puzzles however :D

Heartjam Source: https://github.com/profan/dimensional-scarcity

Download

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Windows 64 bit - Heartjam Version 10 MB
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Linux 64 bit - Heartjam Version 10 MB
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Mac OSX - Heartjam Version 23 MB
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Windows 64 bit - Post Jam v0.0.1 9 MB
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Linux 64 bit - Post Jam v0.0.1 10 MB
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OSX 64 bit - Post Jam v0.0.1 23 MB

Development log

Comments

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Cool simple concept that gets hard really quick. Love the minimalist art style and the retro game boy feel and the symbols kind of look alien now when I think about it. GOOD SHIT!

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I liked it.