Guide a colony of bees

through the land, as they're searching for a new home. They will stick close to their Queen (you), so check from time to time if all of them are still following you, because they tend to drift off, or get stuck, as time goes by.


When life presents difficulties

it is very important to re~member, that you can always push further, rise above or flow around your blockages, like the river reaches the sea each time ~~~>


How many 

bees will the colony be left with by the end of your journey together? Nature always finds a way to save life which is loving living. And also honey-ing, of course!


Theme was "100"

for WeeklyGameJam#100 back in June of 2019, right before the world started re~arranging & re~rembering their purpose in life. This little game was rated 1st from 66 entries in the Jam. Thank you #weeklygamejam from the bottom of my heart!

StatusReleased
PlatformsHTML5
Release date Jun 13, 2019
Rating
Rated 3.0 out of 5 stars
(1)
Authorgreenworks
GenreSurvival
Made withUnity, Blender
Tags2D, Blender, Gardening, minigames, Physics, Singleplayer, Unity
Average sessionA few minutes
LanguagesEnglish
InputsMouse
LinksHomepage

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Its a beautiful and pleasing game I like the graphics and mecanics of bees
Cool game!

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This is a really beautiful game, definitly had fun playing it.

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This is so nice looking! I played it a few times and I'm still not really sure what the rally thing is supposed to do.  I still had fun though.

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Thanks man! I'm glad people like something thrown together in a rush, couple of days before the deadline. The rally attracts the bees 10x stronger, than regular, so you can get your bees quickly through tight places. Wanted to make it drain, with an energy bar, but tick tock...

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Love it, especially the visuals. Super clean.

Didn't seem like there was a lot of challenge, would have been cool to have some predators that try and attack your bees.

The icon for the number of bees(?) gets cut off if you're not in fullscreen mode, and it's also hard to see where you're supposed to go in some areas.

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Glad you like it! The idea came to me only when there were 3 days left, and so predators, upgrades and more areas had to be cut short... In the future this game will get expanded, for sure :) Also thanks for letting me know about those issues.