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Anenenemenone

by OliverEberlei - Jam Entry

This game was made for the 29th Ludum Dare in 72 hours by Anneke and Oliver Eberlei.

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Only 5% of the earths ocean is explored... (dramatic music)

In Anenenemenone you steer a small submarine, trying to explore the depths of the ocean. Armed only with a camera, it is your task to find unknown life.

Can you take photos of all existing creatures?

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Watch a short video of the game here:
http://youtu.be/QrDgCX_UCUU

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Controls:
The first version requires an Oculus Rift to play. I'll make a post-jam version tomorrow which replaces the head movement with mouse controls.

Gamepad Controls:
Left Stick - Move your submarine up/down/left/right (only when moving)
Right Trigger - Accelerate
Left Trigger - Deccelerate
A - Raise Camera
Right Shoulder Button - Trigger Camera (when raised)

Keyboard Controls:
WASD - Move your submarine up/down/left/right (only when moving)
E - Accelerate
Q - Deccelerate
Right Mouse Button - Raise Camera
Left Mouse Button - Trigger Camera (when raised)

Have fun exploring! :-)

Downloads and Links


Ratings

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Comments

TeamFlare says ...
Apr 30, 2014 @ 11:43pm

Kudos for making something for the rift :) Luckily I own one.
Great game, and nice simple graphics and gameplay. This is something that really shines on the rift :) thanks for making this game.

SonnyBone says ...
May 1, 2014 @ 9:56am

Wow this looks rad. I wish I had a Rift now.

May 4, 2014 @ 8:51pm

Oculus-only? Wow, these platform-requirements might be the most selective this ld ;P

kyyrma says ...
May 10, 2014 @ 6:24am

This is exactly the kind of game I first envisioned for this LD. How I wish I had an Oculus to try it out!

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