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A little girl has received a board game from her father, the lighthouse keeper. Switch lighthouses on and off to navigate your ship around various dangers of the sea, delivering parts to fix a broken lighthouse. 

The game was made from painted cardboard cutouts, that were then photographed. 

It's a board game, it's a videogame, it's everything! 

ANDROID: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jarnik.safejourney

CONTROLS:

Click the lighthouses.

CREDITS:

Graphics: Ruchie (@Ruchie_D)
Code: Jarnik
Sounds: jammers of GJP2018

The game was created in less than 48 hours for Global Game Jam 2018, the theme was: “transmission“.

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Safe Journey - windows 22 MB
Safe Journey - Android 40 MB

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This game was full of sentiment. I think it's a really cool story whether or not true. The cardboard cut-outs were a great theme graphically, and the audio cues were equally as hilarious and entertaining. There are small animations and even great irony included. This is a great laugh with some awesome truth in it. I loved the ending, so unexpected as we traverse through these rough waters. I believe the monsters may be in league with the equally terrifying Scylla &Charybdis, because I couldn't seem to get around a few for quite some time. However, this was a fantastic short game. I enjoyed my time in it, and there is nothing more I could ask of in a Game. Very cool, I hope you win!

 

Hi HaydenRaven! Thanks for playing and thank you for such a sweet and attentive review!

For more of Ruchie's art, you can check out her Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ruchies_art/
She's unbelievably creative, versatile, mastering every art form. As a programmer, I couldn't have wished for a better partner :)

I'm also glad you enjoyed the sound design - it's always my favorite part of every game jam, running around with a voice recorder and challenging other jammers "make a sound of Kraken!", "how about a flushing toilet?", etc. So the sound was really a group effort.

The Global Game Jam was in January (I just re-uploaded to Itch recently) and I dare to say our entry was one of the better games on our jamsite.