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Controls: Arrows + Spacebar / WASD / IJKL

Candy Wrapper is Open Source !

Candy Wrapper is an arcade action screen-wrapping game inspired by Bubble Bobble! 

Candy Wrapper was originally made within 24 hours for the 100 Lines of Code GameMaker Jam!

PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux, HTML5
Release date Mar 12, 2018
Rated 4.3 out of 5 stars
(6 total ratings)
AuthorHarmony Honey
GenrePlatformer, Action
Made withGameMaker, Godot, Aseprite, Bfxr
Tags2D, 8-Bit, Arcade, Game Boy, html5, Open Source, pixel, Retro
Code licenseUnlicense
Average sessionAbout a half-hour
LinksSource code


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Candy Wrapper - Windows 28 MB
Version 2
Candy Wrapper - Linux 25 MB
Version 2
Candy Wrapper - Mac 50 MB
Version 1

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Hi! I like music in your game. What is a genre of it? What was the inspiration and what software you used to create this track?

Thank you! I used Reason 10 Digital Audio Workstation. I'll call the genre EDM (; hehe

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hey this little game ruled! I'm new to Godot and I was able to figure some basic things out looking at your minimalist code that I couldn't from more complicated demos and fancy tutorials and online courses. the print functions made it easy to understand playing in the editor.

it was fun, too! I actually beat it (although I did change the Lose function to not kick you back a level, because that's just mean).

anyway, very cool little minimalist platformer!

awh thank you! im so stoked to hear that (+: i learned a lot from poking around others code & i'm glad you can do that with mine! ^.^ 

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Hi, what are the biggest advantages and disadvantages of Godot to GMS [to you]? As I see, you've used both. Thanks!

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With Godot you completely own the game! I've tried to go back and update old GMS projects made with a previous version, and opening the game in the current patch of GameMaker will lead to issues and broken projects. Godot Engine is Open Source and every version of the engine is available to download, along with the source code for it. Going back to old Godot projects is easy, like this game Candy Wrapper I ported from 3.2.2 to 4.1. Godot is also completely free and exports to different platforms! I paid $100 for HTML5 Export license in GMS2, Godot is completely free and always will be. Try it out(+;


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