Might: Pen and Sword

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Balance contradictory simultaneous actions to GAIN LOTS OF GOLD in the past while you SCORE A HIGH GRADE in the future

SELECT one of the four options
You choose BOTH the rpg action and the test answer at the same time
The game is over after 12 QUESTIONS or you reach 0 HEALTH


Gallis has undergone quite some trouble, but lost Asmitius of the Gallian Legion still performs his daily duty of guarding the Temple of Janus. His superior officers have not come in in weeks, and Asmitius grows lazy. One day, he decides to leave his sacred mask of protecting at home. How silly, Asmitius. Everyone knows you need a mask to guard the Temple of Janus. It's required to — What is that? You don't need a mask to guard the temple? He was cursed because he peed his name on the altar? Well, he's still an idiot! Every thought or action Asmitius makes will directly transmitted to his great great great great … grandson, high school student Eric Spencer. Both of their lives must be lived simultaneously, and what horrible timing. Eric must take his PAT, Privilege Assessment Test, and Asmitius is in a dangerous land! Will Eric pass his test make his way into Privilege, and will Asmitius survive the brain of a high schooler? Maybe. I doubt it. Good luck!


Momin Khan - Programming
Victoria Sharpe - SFX, Music
Hannah Silberman - Art, Animation
Zhaoyi Wang - Art, Landscape
Daniel Chow - Writing
Sidney Tung - Additional Design

Made in 48 hours for Global Game Jam 2018

Source Code: https://github.com/foolmoron/Might


this game has a lot of potential, but isn't quite there yet.
great idea!

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Very cool idea for a game, but not being an English Native speaker some questions are way out of my league of knowledge.

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Fun and interesting - sorta difficult questions but not too hard.
I liked the music, graphics, and gameplay.
Questions could have been more common knowledge but they weren't too bad.
Great job :-)

I'm really curious what the game jam theme prompt was for this.
A short, interesting game with a twist I haven't really experienced before. Decent replayability to beat your score, but heavily influenced on luck to get things to sync up correctly. Still a solid game for 48 hours.

Foolmoron responds:

The idea was that your ancestor in the past is transmitting actions to yourself in the future

This is the most strangely presented quiz game I've ever seen. Still going to have another go...

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3.27 / 5.00

Jan 30, 2018
10:26 PM EST
Adventure - RPG