Have you heard? Archaeology came to town. Go see the archaeology!

This game was made for the March 2018 Bitsy Jam: Archaeology.

This game was made as an exploration of the possibilities of Bitsy, a browser based game creation tool developed by Adam Le Doux.

Music credits: An edit of Moorland by Dee Yan-Key

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Hey! I'm a guy who is trying to earn a little on the side and I was wondering if I could help you out with helping you make some 3D/2D models. I've got 4 years of experience in Rhinoceros and I'll make any object from about 5 to 20 bucks. Thanks! 

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Hey there!


While I appreciate the offer I'm not currently hurting for any graphical help.  I'll pass the word on though.

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No problem. If you did, that'd be extremely appreciated.  :)

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I love your different approach to the whole archaeology theme! Thanks to this bizarre game environment, it felt kind of out of space to collect the different artifacts, because how should I make sense of them when I'm trapped in a deep hole with Submarine-Tea-Running-Ian? ;> That was an absolute delight, thank you! I included this entry in our compilation article about this Bitsy Jam along with three other games, and it's also featured in the showcase video. :) Hopefully it might drive more players to you!

Best wishes,
Sebastian

Thank you again for the inclusion in your feature compilation. I always do my best to create games that will stand out from what is expected of a theme, and I'm glad to see it pays off :)

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Absolutely, you are a creative mind! :)

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Great, very original environmental art style. Well done!

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That's an interesting use of perspective, I had never seen something like this in a Bisty game

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mind-bending! the perspective of the artwork is great, especially when you break it...

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Wow! The artwork in this is phenomenal, especially the fun-house!

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really cool game! i really like the perspective/weird shapes you used and the sprites! the narrative has made quite an impression on me-- a positive one but that's all i can articulate haha :>