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Pour yourself some drinks!

Controls: click and drag with the mouse.

Follow the recipes as close as possible to get higher ratings!


This game was made in 48h for Ludum Dare 40.

StatusReleased
PlatformsWindows, macOS
Rating
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(4)
AuthorSintel
GenreSimulation
Made withLÖVE
TagsArcade, Funny, ld40, Life Simulation, Ludum Dare, Ludum Dare 40, Physics, Short, toy
Average sessionA few minutes
LanguagesEnglish
InputsMouse
LinksLudum Dare

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Let's mix some drinks! (Windows) 31 MB
Let's mix some drinks! (macOS) 33 MB
Source 19 MB

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You should be proud. To this date, the center I did the internship at that prompted me to create a fun way to teach old folk to use a computer are still doing the course.

Since I ordered the games used as a gentle difficulty slope that slowly introduces new concepts, yours is one of the earlier ones, teaching drag and drop. I have in good faith you contributed to ease many seniors into the new age. Probably over 500 by this point.

I would really like to see a drunkless version. Otherwise, this game looks perfect to train elders on how to use a mouse

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That would take the challenge away from the game :|

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I meant the blurry part, not the controls fighting you part. Some background, I used this game to teach some really old people basic mouse motor skills while having fun and at the time of my comment I was afraid the fuzziness would be an obstacle.

Oh okay i see

I think its very nice my stupid game could be used to teach motor skills! If you're still doing this i can provide you with a version that doesnt have the drunk effects.

Well my internship at the citizen center I created this course/program/thing at is already over. That being said, I can very easily tell my old boss to be on the lookout for updates on this particular game.

That being said x2 , the fuzzy effect added to the experience and helped them quickly understand they were getting tipsy in-game and why the controls were fighting them, and it didn't get in the way whatsoever. Around 30 gramps got a giggle and immediately became invested in getting a better score while smiling like little kids. It was a Wii moment.