December 14th-17th 2012 :: Theme: You are the Villain
PrisonBreak - iiAtlas - Jam Entry
EDIT: For those of you stuck on level two, there are two doors on level one. Make sure to try both! *hint hint*
PrisonBreak is a game my sister, Lola Wegman, and I (Atlas Wegman) created for the LD25 Jam. After shuffling through a few ideas we stumbled upon this one, a prison break. You are criminal who opens his cell door, and must escape prison. If caught by the guards you are sent straight back to your cell. There are no checkpoints, there is no saving. This game is the real deal...sort of.
Gameplay is relatively intuitive. Arrow keys to move, mouse to look around. Your goal is to dodge all guards and make it to the green doorway. Some levels have to doors, be carful which one you chose. Guards have a sort of "sixth sense" and can sense you even when you are not directly in their line of sight. Be careful, and good luck!
My sister and I worked nonstop to put out this game, complete with audio, multiple levels, and a couple tiers of gameplay elements. As such, the file size is not small (~15mb). If you are playing on a web browser, please be patient. It's worth it!
I hope you enjoy PrisonBreak, I think it came out better then expected :)
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