Mega Crit, developers of the successful Slay the Spire have released a free new game called Dancing Duelists, after publicly calling out Unity recently (as did many others) and moving over to Godot Engine.
Created for the Jump Ship Jam, a Game Jam for developers to test out something new as it reads: "Curious to set sail in uncharted waters? Your mission: Craft a game using an entirely new-to-you engine or tool based on our announced theme."
So for it Mega Crit created Dancing Duelists, a "deckbuilding autobattler dance off with a BUMPIN' soundtrack". You pick a dancing character, picks some cards and then battle it out. Seems like a really nice idea and impressive what they were able to come up with in only a few weeks.
In the Steam announcement posted on the Slay the Spire store page the developers said: "Due to recent events, the Mega Crit team has been looking for an engine to migrate our next big game to from Unity, so we've been working on this little game for a few weeks now to acquaint ourselves with Godot, our new official engine of choice! It also just so happens to coincide with the Jump Ship Jam, an event that encourages game developers to branch out and create something with new engines & tools!
We're super proud of how this project turned out in such a small timeframe, and we'd love for you to check it out!"
One of their team, Casey Yano, also wrote a Medium post on their thoughts for those interested.