December 14th-17th 2012 :: Theme: You are the Villain
The Evil Revealby OxyOxspring - Jam Entry
So this is my first Ludum Dare entry. I hope you all enjoy playing it!
The inspiration for this game came from this Mitchell and Webb sketch about an evil super villain revealing his plans for world domination to a board of company investors:
You play the evil genius running the presentation... of course the people at the table will eventually become terrified of your insanely criminal plans and they try to run away.
You have to kill and maim them before they get away to tell the police. But be wary... the longer they stay at the table, the more time you have to siphon valuable money from their accounts!
(I was originally doing this for the 48 Hour Compo, but due to the use of non-original sound effects I've moved over to the jam!)
Yeah the plant pots are really OP, I'm afraid I didn't have time to balance them properly before I submitted my final version! Sorry guys!
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