April 26th-29th 2013 :: Theme: Minimalism
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Screaming Cubesby Shigor - 48 Hour Compo Entry
Do not rate the postcompo version (see below for info about it)!
Screaming cubes (they really scream when you shoot them... or at least they're supposed to...).
Simple (well... not for 48 hours of work) mining and shooting flight simulator.
You crash-landed on some desolate planet with enemy mining operations. Gather enough ores (by shooting your crater missiles in the green or white spots on terrain and picking resulting cubes, or from enemy bases) to repair your ship and fly away!
Build in Unity.
Music by autotracker, sounds by bfxr + Audacity, models and textures max + photoshop.
(finished with glorious two minutes to spare...)
Update: I've build a Windows version, seems working too...
Update 2: I've forgotten about sources, uploaded...
Update 3: (next day) - Added few more screenshots. If you're interested in extended postcompo version, say so in comments, I'm really considering making this a bit more then 48 hour marathon.
Update 4: I've added a link to the postcompo version (web and windows) which is vastly improved (while still buggy, unbalanced and unfinished) - random levels, more weapons, controllable and upgradable motherships, control settings, ingame player's guide and a lot more. Don't rate this version, there's several more days of work put in the game, but you're more then welcome to test it.
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