Play Play is a platformer where the player must travel moving through ONLY ONE SCENERY. Based on theatre, platforms will be changing as the player advances in the game, displaying a different layout without ever leaving the screen.
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what a lol game! i really like this game
wish it realise soon
Good game. Very relaxing
what a fun concept! I really liked the idea of the scene changing and getting the vibe of being on stage. This game has a lot of potential considering levels and story, keep up the good work :D
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I love love love this concept of only one scene and the stage play aesthetic. It is cute and fits the prompt perfect. Great work!
Sweet and fun. I agree the concept is great and the visual style makes it stand out. :)
This is a really neat and original idea. The controls and jump physics could probably use some refinement, and some of the scenery elements could come down slowly and then block your way if you don't get behind them in time. It would be nice to think of other ways to run with this concept to make it different than a usual platformer beyond just visually. Good work!
Digging the artstyle a lot! The theater concept is a nice addition, and with the gameplay revolving around adding in scenes in one setting and having it close when you die fits very well with the style. Some music would definitely have elevated it a bit to make the scenary more immersive. But altogether, pretty noice.
Great concept and the artstyle is awesome.Great addition to the jam!
Great idea! Love the theatre inspiration!
Love the idea, really nice art too! Some music/sound would've really nailed it
Best idea i ve seen so far, this has so many possibilities, not only for gameplay but also narrative! Having the curtains close in when you die is very clever! The game itself requires some polishing for I was stuck a couple of times (like, dying and not coming back), but the idea has loads of potential