A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux

Once upon a time there was a strong Tree, in the middle of this barren land, which gave life to everything near and around it. The oasis flourished, animals were strong and healthy, and humans observed unusual healing. Many set up farms around the area to take advantage of the exceptionally fertile land. However, decades of exploitation and some mysterious happening have caused the Tree to deteriorate, losing its once unimaginable strength, and turning the place to waste. Now the Tree desperately needs your help to survive. How long can you keep it alive?

Scavenge the place for fertilizer and potions - they will glow from afar. Bring them to the Tree to keep its life force from depleting.

Feed the Tree

A Ludum Dare 46 Jam game by

  • Iwo Bujkiewicz / Outfrost (itch.io) - programming, lighting, level design
  • Ryan White / 666Savior (itch.io) - 3D art, animation

The theme was "Keep it alive".

All content was created during the jam by the two of us.


WASD - movement
Space - jump
E - pick up and drop items

Known issues

On many computers, the Web version runs painfully slowly, or displays borked graphics, due to issues with HTML exports of 3D games in Godot at the time of building this project. If it looks broken for you, please try one of the downloadable builds.

Web version is currently unavailable. Please try the downloadable builds - they should work just fine.

Bugfixes made during submission hour

  • Fixed player model rotation flickering
  • Removed a couple lefover debug objects and tweaked item spawn interval
PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(1 total ratings)
AuthorsOutfrost, 666Savior
GenreAction, Survival
Made withGodot, Blender
Tags3D, Atmospheric, Endless, Godot, Low-poly, Ludum Dare, Ludum Dare 46, Relaxing, Short
Average sessionA few minutes
LinksLudum Dare, Source code, Community, Twitch, Twitch


Jam build - Linux 64-bit 19 MB
Jam build - macOS 19 MB
Jam build - Windows 64-bit 18 MB
Jam build - Windows 32-bit 18 MB

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