KNOWN ISSUE: After pressing "Start" the game will hang for 2 seconds, just wait , don't click.


You are invited for a piece of Taart! Get the Taart to the table and make sure to save a piece for yourself. To share or not to share... 

Taart (translation: 'strawberry' cake/pie) is made with visuals made from watercolor pieces. Each part is handpainted, scanned, and then cleaned up digitally!

Controls

  • Move hand with mouse.
  • Click to slap hands away.

Find this game on the Gobal Game Jam website here!


Credits

StatusReleased
PlatformsHTML5
Rating
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(10)
AuthorSander Vanhove
Tags2D, artgame, Casual, Funny, Godot, Hand-drawn, Painting, quirky, watercolor, weird

Comments

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Loving the art, feels really nice! Keep it up!

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Thanks for the kind words ๐Ÿค—

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Okay, I must be missing something? I see about slapping the hands away, but they eventually come in thick and fast so I always lose....  Is there another control I should be using? Forgive me, I'm still sleep-deprived....

Hey Nova! Thanks for playing the game ๐Ÿค— No, there are no other controls, just slap the incoming hands faster. Pro tip: you can slap multiple hands with one slap, just wait till they are lined up. It is also a lot easier when using a mouse ๐Ÿ˜Š I hope you still enjoyed the art!

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A nice well polished minigame! So well polished that I legit got no critique.
The gameplay loop itself is obviously not engaging enough to play it for longer than 5 minutes, but as a part of a bigger project - like a minigame in some point&click adventure game - this would look amazing.

Thank you so much Mike! ๐Ÿค— Yeah, for game jams Iโ€™d rather create a 1 minute masterpiece than a 20 minute drag nobody finishes ๐Ÿ˜Š

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The art and the voices are super nice :D

Thanks Louise! ๐Ÿค—๐ŸŽ‚

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Love the voices!

Thanks! We had a super fun recording session ๐Ÿ˜‚

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Interesting game, well done.

Thank you so much for playing Christoir! ๐Ÿ˜

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Delightful :-)

Thanks Juan!