December 14th-17th 2012 :: Theme: You are the Villain
Doc's Heist Starring Snuggles the Catby hints - 48 Hour Compo Entry
Doc's Great Heist: Starring Snuggles the Cat
Play as Doc and Snuggles, his pet cat, to steal all the gold on each level. Gameplay involves utilizing all of Doc's tools and Snuggle's ability to reach high places. Move crates, pull switches, freeze unsuspecting civilians, teleport around, and most of all steal gold.
The compo version features 6 levels, and takes about 15-20 minutes to complete.
WASD to move; Space to interact with objects; 1 2 and 3 switch gadgets; and the mouse is used for Doc's tools. Pressing Z will toggle control between Doc and Snuggles.
To run the LOVE version, you have to install the LOVE framework, linked below.
To run on Linux or Mac, you will need to install the LOVE framework, and use the LOVE distribution.
Powered by the LOVE framework: http://love2d.org/
Created for Ludum Dare 25: You Are The Villain
Tools used for development of code and assets:
Programmer's Notepad: http://www.pnotepad.org/
Thanks to my friends for keeping me honest and motivated.
A very special thanks to the viewers on my livestream cheering me on and their support throughout the weekend.
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