December 14th-17th 2012 :: Theme: You are the Villain
Fight the Power - TwilightFlandre - Jam Entry
In the near future, technology has soared far beyond what we in the 21st century expected. Leading the charge, the world wide web has grown even more expansive, encompassing almost all fields in the future era and becoming the centerpiece for development. In the process, Piracy has advanced and created an arms race between publishers and hackers as each strive to one up in the other in an effort to further their agendas. This is but one small struggle between the two, as a common pirate fights the security system for access to free goods, ask yourself, who is the hero here? A woman who enjoys the tears and labors of another without just compensation, or the greedy publisher who seeks to bleed the customers dry with draconic, inane systems within the market?
This game is a shoot 'em up that changes based on the music you load in. Included is one song but try it out with any mp3, ogg, etc that you have on your computer. Dodge the bullets for the entire song and win. Key to note is that the hitbox, as in most shoot 'em ups, is much smaller than the character sprite. It only takes up the small red circle on the center of her body.
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