A downloadable game for Windows

Stupid Bob is a game where the character moves by itself. Bob is a kind boy, but Intelligence isn't one of his strong points, so, you will need to keep pushing him around so he can complete the level.

The game is played by dragging boxes and other various objects to push Bob around and keep him alive while going to the right to complete the level.

Please check out the trailer to get a better idea of how to play.

This game was made along with its art in 21 hours and 9 minutes for the GMTK Game Jam 2020 themed "Out of Control" by Sufian Diraneyya (Programming) and Sirin Diraneyya (Art & Game Design).

This is almost the first game I fully developed, the same goes for Sirin (The Artist), she never did game art before, and all of that really showed in the game's polish. Also, The time wasn't enough to implement many of our ideas or even add a main menu. It's a prototype!


Music by: Alexander Nakarada.

Font By: Typhoon Type (Suthi Srisopha).

Updated 26 days ago
StatusPrototype
PlatformsWindows
Release date 32 days ago
AuthorsSufian Diraneyya, sirin_d
GenreAdventure, Platformer
Made withUnity, Adobe Photoshop
Tags2D, Cute, Difficult, Experimental, Fast-Paced, Funny, Physics, Short, Unity
Average sessionA few minutes
LanguagesEnglish
InputsMouse, Touchscreen
AccessibilityOne button, Textless

Install instructions

Unzip the file, and launch "Stupid Bob.exe".

Download

Download
Stupid Bob V1.0 Windows.zip 20 MB

Development log

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Whaa that's brilliant man ! And really hard :) I had to go back to the web page to find out how to play, it's not that self explanatory, and knowing which objects to use is not obvious either ;) But good job !

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Thank you very much for your nice comment and for playing the game. Hard games are the best 🙃

Yeah ... we really should have included in-game instructions but our time was very limited. As for which objects can be dragged I thought they were obvious enough. We will take your suggestions into consideration if we chose to continue development. Thank you!