A downloadable game for Windows and Linux

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- This game was made for GBJam8 -

Music by RyanAvx

Story:

You take the role of Leticia, a young princess, on her quest to search for the super-royal-and-very-important gem!

Jump and run across 12 different stages, avoid or stomp enemies and collect coins to get even richer!

If you happen to find a crown, put it on your head and shoot magic fireballs!


Controls:

Arrow-Keys: Move left and right

A-Key: Jump (hold to jump higher)

S-Key: Shoot fireballs when you have the crown powerup

Return: Confirm in title-screen and ending-screen

Spacebar: Cycle through color palettes

Controllers / gamepads are supported, button bindings may vary depending on model.


Tipps:

- Collect 100 coins for an extra-life

- Sometimes waiting and watching enemies / surroundings can be helpful

- Donate to make the developer happy :)

Updated 12 days ago
Published 14 days ago
StatusReleased
PlatformsWindows, Linux
Rating
(2)
AuthorPCatGames
GenrePlatformer
Made withGodot
TagsCute, Female Protagonist, Game Boy, GBJam, jumping, Singleplayer
Average sessionA few seconds
InputsKeyboard, Gamepad (any)

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Click download now to get access to the following files:

LeticiaLandWin32.zip 20 MB
LeticiaLandWin64.zip 21 MB
LeticiaLandLinux32.zip 21 MB
LeticiaLandLinux64.zip 22 MB

Comments

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I liked very much this game! Reminds me to Super Mario Land! Is very simple, but is very funny!! My congratulations!!!

Thank you! :)

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This was a very fun and challenging experience! Congrats on making a very cool game! :) 

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Thank you very much! Glad you enjoyed it! :)

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downloaded the linux64 zip, but it seems like a project folder, rather than the game exported to run? lots of .gdc files, but cannot find a game file to run.

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Hey, sorry about that, I messed up the files.

I re-uploaded, can you try again please?

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yep, it worked this time.

this is a REALLY polished game. music, gfx etc. reminds me a little of mayhem in monsterland for the c64. great work.

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Thank you very much!:)