Global Warming

If you only read one thing, this is it: Press enter for the menu where you can disable the help text!

Oh no! The rising waters has made a mess of Don's beach-house. Help him rebuild it - just chop down a tree and extract some rocks and find a nice place by the sea.

Use arrows to move, Z (or C or N) to toggle harvest mode (then arrow to harvest) and X (or V or M) to build the house.

Note that you can chop down and extract as many resources as you want.

Just in case the waters rise again, it might be worth keeping some spare resources…

You can skip dialogues with the buttons, or disable help in the menu (press enter). You can also restart the level or choose a new level from the menu.

Good luck!

Made for LOWREZJAM 2019 and Climate Change Jam!

Voting results

Climateness
3rd
25%
8.167
Changeness
5th
50%
4.500
Jamminess
6th
63%
5.167

This game entered in the Ranked competition (8 entries).

Comments (5)

Sewo
 • 1 year ago • 

I wanted try it but when i must chose a challenge but when i want that do nothing even if i restart , even if i reset and use all possible button. So euh i can't really say if it's a good game or no.

SavedByZero
 • 1 year ago • 

I had trouble running this as well. Could not select any of the options (I could highlight them but not enter or confirm them), and hitting Enter did nothing to advance anything.

Tushar
 • 1 year ago • 

I got a runtime error while playing the game. Also the game forces the player to make huts on the sea level….An interesting try but buggy, so the game is difficult to play….

dollarone
  • 1 year ago • 

hi folks, pico-8 buttons are default Z (or C or N) and X (or V or M). Pressing any of those should start the selected level…

ratrogue
 • 1 year ago • 

Lovely puzzle game, and with an important message! The only thing I'd criticize are the movement controls; I was constantly confused what is up and what is left… (usual problem with this kind of perspective I guess). Maybe even a simple compass in the HUD would help?

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