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Raizer

by Pheonise - 48 Hour Compo Entry

Controls:
WASD + QE, or Mouse to turn
Left click to fire
Escape to return to Main Menu


Mad at your original game? Just start again with 24 hours left! Too easy!
This was the result of 24 (Well, 12 really...) hours. I know, I know, it looks like the work of years by a dedicated team of game development and content creating professionals, but this is the Ludum Dare!

Buildings are randomly spawned, with size proportionate to the points they're worth. Villagers run around unpredictably, but aren't worth many points.

In Challenge Mode (The 10 second theme applies to this mode), burn buildings and people for points. You start with 10 seconds. Every 20-25 points scored is an extra few seconds. Get the highest score possible before time runs out!

Free Mode has no limitations - just fly and burn

No sound? That's because dragons can't hear; they gave up their hearing for flaming-goodness. Honestly.

This is my first Ludum Dare, so if I've done anything wrong, lemme know and I'll fix it right up!


!Warning!
Source code is a mess. Prolonged exposure could induce severe mental-instability and has been linked to minor cases of death. Do not read if sanity and/or life is valued.

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Ratings

#1906Coolness10%

Comments

Aug 26, 2013 @ 4:25pm

A little laggy and damn near crashed my browser when I try to close it, but I liked the feeling of playing as a dragon. Overall not a bad restart and fun!

Mironix says ...
Aug 29, 2013 @ 2:37pm

Now i felt like a true dragon. good job, needs vocalization. FUS you bottox dragonborn :D

villhest says ...
Aug 30, 2013 @ 8:32pm

Cool idea! Keep it up!

mrspeaker says ...
Sep 2, 2013 @ 12:08pm

Hahah... fantastic idea... I hate the "10 seconds" part of it (why does the dragon only last 10 seconds? Is he a particularly lazy dragon?) but I LOVE the idea of the dragon mechanic - it felt really nice too. It would be great to see that expanded on into a game.

imef says ...
Sep 15, 2013 @ 12:29pm

Fun little game! There can certainly be more digging to make the game even better. :)

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