Add to Odd is an arcade score-attack game.
Sum, bounce and subtract your way to the million.


-You are the little ball, you have a numeric value (center number)
-Bounce on balls to add (green) or subtract (red) their value to yours.
-Bars break when you hit them and your value matches their demands.
-Check the white ball, very useful for highscores.

A game by Le Slo with sound design by Sergi Sabater.

Sound effects designed layering multiple sounds from:

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Made for the Chain Letter Jam. The previous games in this chain are:

  5. This game.


If nominated, you have two weeks to make a 1 minute game in some way inspired by the game that nominated you.

Once finished, put #ChainLetterJam in your game description, a link to the game that nominated you, and then nominate two other devs (or less or more, whatever, this isn't a chain letter where you die in three days if you don't).

PlatformsWindows, HTML5
Rated 3.2 out of 5 stars
(5 total ratings)
AuthorLe Slo
Made withGameMaker: Studio
TagsArcade, High Score, Math, Minimalist, Score Attack, Short
Average sessionA few seconds


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Chain Letter Jam v.1.03 5 MB


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Geez, this is a pretty cool and fun concept! (Both the jam and Add to Odd itself!)

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Fun little game! I'm having a little trouble understanding the words that appear at the top and exactly what I need to do... my first instinct is that the words are "goals" of what I should try to hit next, but they don't seem to "clear" in any predictable way. Maybe I just need to play some more though.

EDIT: A few more plays and I worked out the goal. It makes sense, just didn't realize at first that the "evens" and "odds" apply to your total score and not the individual numbers. :)

(Also, I think your Chain Letter Jam Link #4 goes to the #3 game)


That link thing was weird, thanks!

Glad you figured out. I can see now how that is not immediatly obvious, unless you've played the previous game in the chain, but I encourage always to overcome those little confusion moments. Thanks for playing!