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    Turbulent Lake

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    March 7th, 2009 11:01 am

    Well, this is a new one. I’m finished, or as finished as I’m going to get. I chose to build a game where the primary (indeed, only) mode of interaction is movin the mouse around and frantically clicking — and apparently something I did yesterday set of my carpal tunnel something awful. I can no longer play what I’m writing! Oh noes! Ah, well…At least it’s feature-complete, if somewhat lacking in content.

    Turbulent Lake

    Download Turbulent Lake for Windows

    Game is a mash up of Hamumu’s Still Pond, and some, err, other stuff. Yeah. If you find it frustrating, press spacebar to toggle ‘wimp mode’. Makes things easier.

    Wimp.

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    3 Responses to “Turbulent Lake”

    1. HybridMind says:

      nice- I liked hamumu’s entry originally and I like this mashup. Always fun to see the LD references falling from the sky. :)

      I did have to use wimp mode.. and then to get by the 17 mr spiders I had to use my table pen to enable more accurate clicking. ;)

    2. jolle says:

      Wow, this was much harder than Hamumu’s pond game.

      But I like the Mr Spiders ^_^

    3. Cosine says:

      The falling stuff need masks, you have you click directly on the black to destroy stuff. Which is really annoying with the swarms.

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