This game was featured on AlphaBetaGamer's Youtube channel!
^The video does contain spoilers, since it's a full run, but it's definitely worth viewing if you don't mind that sort of thing or you've already beat the game. Their performance during the gameplay is top-notch and well worth watching to see what tips you can apply to your own runs through the game.
You can also check out their site and article here:
Made in 72 hours for a game jam: Cult of Jabrils Stay@Home Jam - May 11, 2020!
The theme: "The more you use an action, the worse it will perform."
As a result, everything in this game is constantly degrading in its condition.
You wake up in a deserted lab with no idea who, what, when, where or why you are, with nothing but the computer logs of deceased crew members to guide you.
Your weapons, armor and even the biomass that your cloning pod runs on is constantly wearing down. There's a rare chance of getting item drops to repair your gear.
When you die, you start with a fresh clone and have to run back through the rooms you've cleared to get back to your gear and try again.
The threat inside the ship is constantly growing. Can you persevere?
The game is surprisingly well-polished and provides a lengthy challenge for something made in just a weekend.
Backspace: GAME KILL
R: GAME RESET