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One Chromatic Planet

by Ascendance - Jam Entry

One Chromatic Planet

Here's our first Ludum Dare game!
From France, 4 young students in Game Design submitting their project: One Chromatic Planet.
You only got one planet to live on... Can you get this one to prosperity? Try to keep it balanced by infusing it with different colors but be careful not to saturate your planet with it.
The game IS hard, but you'll be rewarded with awesome music! ;-)

(Quicktime needed to play the intro scene, if you don't have it just hit the space bar. But you'll miss something that'll blow your mind :D)

Thibaut CARCENAC (Graphic Design)
Rene-Louis CHOUR (Development)
Bastien DE L'HERMITE (Sound Design)
Clement PLANTIER (System Design)

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louis.denizet says ...
Dec 17, 2013 @ 8:07am

Bien joué =)

Ekilibr says ...
Dec 17, 2013 @ 8:42am

Congrats guys !

AshRavenn says ...
Dec 18, 2013 @ 6:27am

Conceptual^^ Good job!

Zerkruemler says ...
Jan 6, 2014 @ 10:33am

Hmm strange. At first I thought I have some control. When phase 2 starts, I can switch to different colors, but cannot use them. When phase 3 starts, I can do what I want and nothing changes anymore.
The music repeats all the time which is quite annoying.
Also strange is the concept to have a windows menu which is not english on the window.

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