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Natives Are Restless

by Ret44 - 48 Hour Compo Entry

IMPORTANT: Please read this description BEFORE you start playing, because this game unfortunely lack of any kind of tutorial

Your goal in this game is to collect 25000 credits from minerals on dying planet. You have one week do it before planet explodes. You can collect credits from unearthed minerals. When you click them, collector will be dispatched, and it will automaticaly collect minerals. When minerals deplete, collector will recycle, and you get refund. This planet is inhabited by aggresive monsters. You can only defend by using turrents.

I have to admit, I failed to implement many features that I planed, so game is basicly unfinished, unbalanced and buggy as hell, but it's playable, so I decided to upload it anyway. Unfortunely, for some reason, I didn't managed to build web version of this game, but I'll add it soon.

Controls:

WSAD (or ZSQD for AZERTY owners) - Camera movement
1 - Turret building mode
2 - Turret selling mode
Left click (on minerals) - Dispatch collector


Downloads and Links


Ratings

#1545Coolness24%

Comments

AlanZucconi says ...
Dec 16, 2013 @ 12:53pm

Yep, if you don't read it gets a little bit complicated! XD

DST says ...
Dec 17, 2013 @ 11:17am

Cool game! :)

Lyje says ...
Dec 18, 2013 @ 2:52am

Download link for OSX seems to be broken.

ryangatts says ...
Dec 18, 2013 @ 2:59am

Fun little tower defense game. I'm not sure how the theme played into it at all other than that I have only one base. If I had limited money and only one collector, I would have to protect that one collector by building routes for him. As it is, though, I had plenty of money to cover the entire map in turrets.

Dec 19, 2013 @ 11:04pm

Good start, although I got swamped by the purple things very quickly :P

crockid5 says ...
Dec 19, 2013 @ 11:11pm

This is my favourite type of game where you must slowly build up resources xD, it also follows me philosophy of "Every game is better when you add automatic turrets to it" xD High ratings from me<3

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