December 14th-17th 2012 :: Theme: You are the Villain
Double DeConstruction - Goodlookinguy - Jam Entry
== Summary ==
A short little top-down shooter about some disgruntled construction workers, named Bobcat Jones and Matthew Steel, who decide to take their frustration out on the public, but the public fights back. While technically being a top-down shooter, at some points during gameplay it may feel like a shoot'em up game.
== Thoughts On Entry ==
This is the first LD game fully completed by our team, out of four jams, and we're all extremely happy. So please enjoy what we enjoyed making!
== Side Note ==
On a side note, on a scale of easy to hard, this is ranked near Nintendo hard to beat...sometimes. The thing is, the points you get from each enemy is typically different as well as what types of enemies spawn. For the long range character, standing back and firing from the top works as a sort-of way to cheat the system, although, sooner-than-later, an enemy will force you to have to change your pattern for a bit.
== Bugs ==
The bug that could crash the game was found and fixed, so enjoy!
== IGNORE ==
NOTE: There's a hard to track-down bug that I'm trying to find that can crash the game if you travel along the very bottom of the screen. I am fully aware of it and trying to fix it.
UPDATE TO NOTE: I managed to stop the crash, but, instead the character just disappears and you can't continue and have to refresh. I think I know the general area where the problem is, but I'm super tired, so I'm going to try and fix it in the morning.
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