August 23rd-26th 2013 :: Theme: 10 Seconds
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Project: "Explosion"by Ghostik - 48 Hour Compo Entry
In each level you spawn near a bomb which has 10 seconds remaining until detonation. Your goal is to survive. Whole gameplay is in slow-motion mode so you can enjoy the explosions and effects that come with it.
You can't stand too close to the explosion or get strong hit by flying debris otherwise you die.
In general there are 3 types of levels.
Survive - You need just to survive.
Escape - You need to survive and get to an exit.
Place bomb - You need to manipulate with bomb.
(throw it / place it somewhere)
These level types can be combined.
In some levels there are special structures like wooden doors/baricades which you can kick out of hinges or special iron anti-explosion object that you can use to hide / be blowed away across a the map without taking any damage.
(for example you can see level with zipline system in the screenshots)
There are 5 tutorial and 5 normal levels (I didn't have time to make more). Some of them are pretty challenging. Just try to move as fast as you can and jump a lot.
Audio is in slow-motion too. It was recorded with my cheap microphone but its better than nothing ;)
Normally you had to unlock levels one by one but I changed it so people who do not have time to play whole game can at least check them.
- W,A,S,D,Space - move
- E - use
- Escape - back to menu
Thanks for playing!
Download the windows version if you want to play in the best available quality.
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