December 14th-17th 2012 :: Theme: You are the Villain
Outcast (DEMO) - Twisted Devotion - Jam Entry
In this game you're a girl who is awoken by a spirit claiming to be her deceased father. In order to be one with him she must gather the five essences and use them in a sacred ritual...
How to play:
Arrow keys to move, Z key for actions
As per request here are the steps to complete the game:
1. Exit the house.
2. Go the the graveyard located to the north.
3. Approach the gravestone.
4.Exit the house.
5.Go to the house to the south east end.
6.Approach the sleeping man.
7.Collect all 5 essence fragments in the maze.
For our jam entry we decided to take the "villain" role in a more demented direction than what we deemed cliche. The game was originally supposed to be about 5 missions long but given our time slot and the amount of work we put into the look and feel of the game, we decided to create one full level and looped it back around. Many of the scenes and features are missing from the game or had to be cut due to time constraints.
Kaylin Norman [Design, Music, and Programming]
Ben Millar [Art, Music, Testing]
--On one of the dialog scenes the player appears for some reason
--sometimes on the mind scene the player may appear in walls or appear to walk through walls[fixed]
--The web version seems to function a lot differently than
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