You are able to make a certain amount of moves, after you finish they will be repeated. Get to the golden square.

5th place in the Brackeys 2020.2 jam!

The game currently has 10 playable levels.


WASD / Arrow Keys - move
R - Restart Level
M - Mute Music
N - Mute Sound Effects
ESC - Quit


The game was created in its entirety by Andrew Stevenson


Floating Cities by Kevin MacLeod

PlatformsWindows, HTML5
Rated 4.0 out of 5 stars
GenrePuzzle, Strategy
Made withUnity
Tags2D, Casual, chill, Pixel Art, Singleplayer, Top-Down, Unity


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Time and Again (V1.2) 22 MB
Time and Again Jam Version (V1.1) 21 MB

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this game kinda strangly reminds me of "you are now possesed" from gmtk 2020 some time earlier ...... very similar idea...

Very solid design, everything here is awesome and fits. Especially lack of tutorial, I mean direct, hand holding tutorial, just a simple levels to figure things out before throwing the player into the harder parts.

Hope You'll expand! This can be done with flipping reverted moves horizontally, or making safe zones, breaking the sequence. Or adding moving platforms that every turn move, or teleports. Or adding evil character that follows the player.

I feel that the skull tile wasn't really necessary, outside of that one level with a block on top of it. This was maybe one and only flaw I've found? Great game

The game is very good. It has very smooth and crystal clear graphics, atmospheric music, very clever and tricky game design with mechanic that forces you to make moves that would fit your current position and your next move, so you would have to predict what will happen to the player, that is something similar with chess's, which is what people actually love. Also, simple UI and level design makes the game intuitively understandable. Great job.

I love it!

Genius, I really like it

Awsome Puzzle game

Great Job making this. This is a really good idea and you executed it nicely. The art looks good and the sound design fits the game.

Yes, I agree