I super love the soundtrack and environments. I love how they look and feel. The control is a bit unintuitive, but I usually play games with WASD controls, so it might be me. I always wanted to go to the Teslic Yard, even though it's dangerous, because I love environments and stuff that are made out of junk with weird stuff in it. I like the humor too. I would love to get the soundtrack, how weird and cool it is, and the concept art but unfortunately I owe someone all 15 of the bucks that are currently in my checking account.
A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux
A factory employee has lost their keys! Find them and get inside the building before your shift ends!
This is a video game! It's set in the Flora universe. You play as a goat and jump around.
Hm, well, there might be a little more to it than that.
Glip and I somehow made this in
a week nine days for my GDQ game jam, GAMES MADE QUICK???. It's a little explorey platformer with a bit of gentle puzzling. Playing it straight through takes us a bit over half an hour.
Gamepads and non-qwerty keyboards are supported. No configurable keybindings, though — not enough time, sorry! Played with arrow keys, spacebar, and E, D, S (or whatever's under your left hand on your keyboard). Gamepads use A, B, X, and L.
The game itself is free and should be playable on anything resembling a computer, but if you chip in two bucks, you can also get the OST and some concept art.
Source code and changelog are on GitHub. The game runs on LÖVE, so it's all Lua. Other than that, a few utility libraries, and the excellent m5x7 font, it's all original work and freely-licensed — code as MIT/ISC, other assets as CC-SA 4.0. Please feel free to have a poke around! Preferably after playing the game, of course.
Current release is v1.2, Jan 31, 2017, 5pm Pacific.
|Published||Jan 17, 2017|
|Platforms||Windows, macOS, Linux|
|Tags||2D, floraverse, LÖVE|
|License||BSD 2-clause 'Simplified' License|
|Asset license||Creative Commons Attribution_ShareAlike v4.0 International|
|Average session||About a half-hour|
|Inputs||Keyboard, Gamepad (any)|
|Links||Source code, Changelog|
|Mentions||itch.io year in review 2017|
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Ummm...so how do I get this running on Linux? I've never used LOVE before.
Install LÖVE and run the .love file with it — either from a shell ("love neonphase.love") or by dragging the .love file onto a LOVE shortcut.
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I've been waiting for this game in a long time!I love how it looks and I love the styles and the graphics!Everything about it! (^ - ^)
Oh my gosh it's fantastic! I love all the little details, puzzles and interactive dialogues. Floraverse is such a great setting to explore in game form.
I really like this one. I'm a fan of Glip's work and it's really cool to see it put into a game form. My only real problem with it is that I wish there was combat. Between being able to shoot and glide at the same time, I sort of expected there to be an enemy or two.
no pics = no clicks
Hello! I wonder - how to contact you about this game by email? :)
That was nice.
Lovely graphics, but I can't get further, because at some places the character doesn't jump high enough to get up to the next step. It would be nice if the jumping hight could be increased about 3 millimetres.
it's beautiful! I liked how the map is not-tiled :)