There are 185 FPS jam games that challenge this genre

FPS games — is it done? Perhaps so, the 7-day FPS game jam is to throw away the old first-person shooter convention and put some new concepts into the chamber. This is the end of the jam, and this year’s submissions include many first-person mysteries, a Santa simulator, and some cyberpunk homages. Oh, someone has finished his fate. Do I think someone is always doing Doom right? That is the law.

The 7-day FPS Jam is a week-long game-making marathon aimed at “challenge yourself and first-person games by creating games that take you to new places in new ways.” As with game jams, there are quite a few scrolling submissions. Jammers are always so creative that they aren’t just guns. Here are some of my eye-catching submissions.

My favorite so far is Frequency, a puzzle game that traces the sound of the radio to the end of each level. The trick is that if you adjust the radio back and forth, some of the levels will shift and change. Tune obstacles inside and outside your presence, looking for your goal, chill tune. I’ve seen my share of the “change the level around you” puzzle game and the radio bits are great and it feels just right to use the scroll wheel to cycle through the states. You can find it with itching. It’s a little hard on the eyes, I warn you, but it’s easy on the ears.

Another strange thing is that this is a first-person Santa simulator where you have to shoot gifts at trees in a private house, obscure them and escape from the chimney before noon. Oh, this is an infinite runner called Infinite Pizza. Here you’re riding in the heart of an infinitely large pizza pie with a slicer and a gun. On the cyber side, there is a puzzle about snapping levels called Cyber ​​Souls III. It’s definitely not the only inspiration for neon FPS.

Reader, how are you? What caught your eye in the 7-day FPS submission?

Procjam, a game jam related to the production of procedural games, was also held at the same time. Those submissions can also be found on Itch.

Oh, and here’s the fate.

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Here are 185 jam games challenging the FPS formula, from pizza to santa

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