This game was made in 3 days as part of a creative jam challenge at a german asperger community.

It can be played with Keyboard or controller, the goal is to find 15 umbrellas.

Translation of the intro text:
Hippo's umbrellas
The rain is over and the sun came out.
Hippo had lend umbrellas to the parrots.
Will he be able to find them all again?

Rated 4.0 out of 5 stars
(1 total ratings)
AuthorAlex the Emperor Penguin
Made withGodot
Tags2D, Controller, Fast-Paced, Godot, hippo, jam, quick, Short
Average sessionA few minutes
InputsKeyboard, Xbox controller, Playstation controller, Joy-Con


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I really enjoy the mapping of this game and find it well-balanced in terms of umbrella distribution and the gradual difficulty of finding and accessing the umbrellas. It is also well-designed in that it has some challenges you can recoup and others that you can miss and must restart for. Generally, I would prefer if the ones I miss are a pure question of skill instead of lack of familiarity with the terrain, but at any rate it’s a question of discovery, which is fun. I found the tolerances were very tight. When combined with some coyote jumping, this made for a few unnatural feeling challenges, but I’m sure that is just a question of tweaking, and I enjoyed the challenges in their scope. I appreciated that I could play with the controller but also found that the keyboard weathered the tight tolerances better, although that could be a skill issue 80. I don’t gravitate towards timed challenges, but the timer made sense and was coherent with the scope of the game. Likewise, I found the music significantly more stressful than the friendly hippo vibe, but it did fit the timed challenge environment. The artwork was very cute, but maybe an impending storm would make more sense and match the urgency of the task of collecting 15 umbrellas. The blue skies and cute characters lull us into a false sense of security – to our own detriment! Seriously – good job on a fun game :)