A downloadable game for Windows

Made in 48 hours for both GMTK Game Jam and MonoGameJam3 because it meets the criteria for both jams.

Featured in Mark Brown's "The Best Games from GMTK Game Jam 2021" for about 2.5 seconds!

How To Play

Click and drag cartridges to move them. Cartridges on the left are inactive, cartridges along the bottom are active and modify the curve. Order matters! The curve is the resulting composition of the functions of each cartridge.

For example [Sin] -> [Min(1)] -> [Abs] creates a curve representing Abs(Min(Sin(x),1)) ... It'll make sense when you play it.

Cheat Code

If the game glitches out and you cannot continue, or you just want to see the whole game, use this key combination: "Pbageby Nyg G" (to avoid spoilers, you'll need to decode the key combo here)

Credits

Programming and Game Design by NotExplosive

Music and Sound Design by Ryan Yoshikami

Extra

The source code can be found here - https://github.com/notexplosive/function-conjunction

Install instructions

  • Extract the Zip file
  • Find "gmtk2021.exe" in the extracted folder, you might need to scroll (sorry!)
  • Run
  • If you get a Windows prompt click "more info" and then "run anyway"

Download

Download
Post Jam 60 MB
Version 1 32 days ago
Download
Jam Build (48 Hours) 61 MB
Version 5 40 days ago

Comments

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Great game! Love it!

Math teachers: NO YOU CANT JUST MAKE A GAME ABOUT MATH THAT IS FUN!

This guy: HAH SINE GO BRRRRR

This is great! It's got a clever premise, just the right level of flexibility that the puzzles are interesting without having too many solutions to test, and great animation and sound. I wonder how effective this (or something like it) could be for helping students learn function composition.

Love everything about this game. It makes me feel ten times smarter than I actually am.

Had lots of fun messing around with this, beautifully polished game! :D

What an idea to turn into a game! Very nice execution; I was almost shocked by how well it worked with that premise