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Eiradirian Timejumpersby blay09 - 48 Hour Compo Entry
> Warning: This game will bring you a challenge and will take time to master.
Because of this I've made an open level selection so you can start at any point in the story, however I recommend starting from the ... start. ;)
> I suggest you don't skip the dialogs the first time you play. They explain how the game works.
> Be on lookout for buttons, they're attached to walls and open gates! Some of them are timed though and they only last for two seconds, so use your brain!
> Enemies react to both sound and sight. You can sneak past them by holding SHIFT.
> OS/X: As usual the game might not run on OS/X. I can't test it since I have no Mac, but feel free to leave a comment with an error message and I'll see if I can fix it.
Eiradirian Timejumpers is a game about a fictional war between two fictional fronts and an imperfect time machine. You play Konrad Knox, Leader of the Eiradirian PG Circle and your goal is to bring chaos to the ILL Agency.
With the new time travelling device the mysterious weapon smuggler and businessman "The Romanian" got you, you are going on a mission to destroy one of ILLA's main bases.
The controls are mostly explained IG as you progress, and so are the game mechanics. However, for completeness sake, here's a short summary:
W/A/S/D: Move (Arrow Keys work too but are not recommended)
H (in Level Selection): Toggle Hardcore Mode
C (in Level Selection): Show Credits
SPACE: Create SyncPoint
LEFT CLICK: Primary Attack
RIGHT CLICK: Melee Attack
ENTER or MIDDLE CLICK: Next Dialog Message
SHIFT + ENTER: Skip Dialog
E + aiming at target: Trigger button / Set bomb duration
1, 2, 3: Switch Weapon
Use the mouse to aim.
Thanks to Konrad Knox for this beautiful fanart:
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