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Tiny Stick Twin Shooter

by Brett Chalupa - 48 Hour Compo Entry

A hollow shell of a game that could be a Twin Stick Shooter.

Supports the Xbox 360 Controller on Windows and Mouse & Keyboard for everything else.

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Ratings

#393Audio2.56
#784Mood2.00
#820Fun1.92
#861Graphics1.82
#863Overall2.00
#876Innovation1.73
#881Theme1.70
#1039Coolness17%

Comments

Apr 23, 2012 @ 4:55am

I like it. With some progression elements this could be a nice game :)

Apr 23, 2012 @ 11:43am

You know that for the 48hr compo we're supposed to write our own game music?

Apr 25, 2012 @ 8:56pm

Well, like you said, unfortunately nothing more than a shell.

racarate says ...
Apr 27, 2012 @ 5:40am

Very pretty song. I had fun making patterns with the bullets, and I like that you wrap around the screen Asteroids-style. It didn't seem like there was any reward for hitting enemies (nor any AV theatrics) or any downside to being killed so I didn't play for more than a few miutes.

Brett Chalupa says ...
Apr 30, 2012 @ 4:18pm

Oh wow, I had no idea we had to write our own game music. Thanks for letting me know.

And thanks for all of the feedback. I am disappointed I didn't develop it further in the 48 hours, but to me, it's a good start.

jwolf says ...
May 2, 2012 @ 9:14pm

Don't worry too much about it. Lots of people didn't quite get what they wanted done, and possibly quite a few more (I only have weak anecdotal evidence) didn't have enough that they felt they could submit. You still got something playable in, and it has some pretty good music too.

Keep at it! Hope to see you next time.

...for the compo, you're supposed to create music from scratch (or use tools / generators, I think, although that might make more sense for sound effects), but the rules for the Jam are more relaxed. You may want to double-check, but common grounds (?) music is probably allowable under those rules, for example.

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