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Tether n' Feather is a 3D puzzle platformer game where you must guide two adorable parrots through relaxing and colorful islands.  Tied together, it's your job to make sure that they each safely arrive to their hot air balloon nest.   Explore the tether and swing mechanic to glide away through these whimsical levels.

Key Features:
- Relaxing movement based gameplay
- Bright and Whimsical Visuals
- Play your own way

Made in 48 hours for the GMTK Game Jam 2021 by:

Francisco Múrias

Liam Smyth

Lucas Venturini

Martim Cordovil

Nicole Yazmin

Oleksandr Shchavinskyi


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TetherNFeather 163 MB

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Hey I don't know if you ever plan to update this but if you do there is a bug that makes you need to restart your game. The purple parrot randomly on the four-feather level during the "you can jump after swings part" will stop hovering after you switch bodies. Great game though

Love the game And the art style.

it dose not work i am on windows 10

me too

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😊👍
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This game is just great! Please make a full version of it

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By far my favourite of the gamejam, im a big fan of 3d platformers so no suprises there. The characters and environments are so charming despite the limitations and swinging around feels very satisfying. Hope you guys can work out the goofs if you decide to make it a full game, its quite janky at times, but that's okay with a gamejam!! The core concept is brilliant and ill be looking out for a future release of this.

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Tether'n'Feather is definitely impressive for something made in 48 hours. From the painted looking world and tricky level layouts to the swinging physics and general movements, it all felt very well designed. The two birds looked good, too. I wound up stumped on a level, but this was otherwise a good time.

Good job, devs.
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looks cool. Keep it up

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This comment, is art

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I noticed no worries, art is derivative anyway 

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Oh shoot, sorry. I see you're a person of culture as well, my bad.