About Jingoku, the first thing I need you to know is that I am not good at Jingoku. The second thing is that I still play a lot of Jenga and accompanying mini-games because it is impressive. And because it has a leaderboard, it will help me prove my progress. finally. hope.
Jingoku was developed by independent developer Buried Things for Ludum Dare 49 game jam in just 72 hours and produced a series of surprisingly beautiful mini games. In it, you are playing a single player game of virtual Jenga. For each block you remove, you will have a few seconds to complete a WarioWare-style mini game. Your goal is to win as many mini games as possible before your tower collapses. This is the goal I tried repeatedly.
All of Jingoku’s mini games use mouse control to play, and they provide a large variety-you will shoot bubble darts at the target, play tug-of-war games, and dig out fake software menus. Not only are the mini games fun to play, Buried Things also somehow took time during these 72 hours to include in-game achievements, statistics, and global leaderboard rankings, all of which are included in the stylish presentation. However, the difficulty level between games fluctuates greatly, and whenever I pull bricks for symbol matching or spam mini games, I feel scared.
Jingoku is available for free in the browser, and can also be downloaded at the following URL Itchy, Or in its Ludum Dare 49 Go to page You can even watch a live broadcast of its complete development process.You can also view any Nearly 3,000 other games Specially developed for game jam, I plan to do it after mastering the placement of this hat.