See the games our members and allies made during the Mother, May I? jam in May 2013.
by Cecily Carver
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Mother Nature has many daughters and a single son, Brother Nature. The game is about Brother Nature asking, Mother May I try your job, in which you are trying to bring dead planets to life.
Your humdrum life is once again disrupted by your mothers surprise monthly visit. She’ll be here any minute, better start cleaning! The cleaner your room is the more she is likely to chip in for Rent. And don’t get distracted by Combo Breaker, your cat.
Mean Cuisine is a co-op game where you run a kitchen with Kimberly Chi and Mr. Sushi, and you make all the dishes that come up on the line for your customers – but don’t drop the food! Or you’ll face bad reviews!
Sun, sand and a haunted vacation home, everything you could want and more! Or is it??
A text based adventure about a mother’s instinct to protect her children.
Successfully navigate a phone conversation with your mom. Keep your cool so you don’t hang up before the end of the call.
Show you’re the toughest kid on the playground in this ADOM-inspired roguelike by grabbing toys and making the bullies cry. But watch out for teachers — they’ll pull you off the playground if you’re not playing nice.
“Mama! Mama” A little Sprout cries
I’m cold and Hungry!” with tears welling in his eyes
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