Rude Bear Revengeanceby Alex Rose - Jam Entry
Rude Bear Revengeance is the 6th installment in the Rude Bear series (one has been created for every Ludum Dare since 25, as well as an extra one for Flappy Jam), and the fourth game in the main timeline (and currently the one latest in time).
It's set in the year 3012 in Neo-Liverpool, after the events of Claire's Voyage unfolded.
Rude Bear's been brought to life as a cyborg cyberpunk warrior, and it's time for him to get revenge on The Wizard for turning him Rude.
Armed with his photon whip, he has to flamekick, wallrun, flip, chandelier, whip, retract and hookshot his way to his mortal nemesis, and punish him for his crimes.
It's a Cyberpunk Ursine Extravaganza!
- Move with WASD/Arrow Keys
- Jump with space (jump infinitely after getting the powerup).
- Wallrun by walking into a wall after getting the powerup.
- Aim the whip with the mouse after obtaining it.
- Fire and recoil the whip with left click.
- Reel yourself towards the whip with right click.
- Dive kick with E.
Optional theme #DoFlips achieved.
Alex Rose (@Vorpal_Games) - Code, Design, GFX, SFX, Webpage.
Daniel Burrows (@QuothTheRaven2) - Graphics
Rekkitt (@Rekkitt) - Lift/Title/Desert Music
Anchore State (Anchore-State on soundcloud) - Underground Music
Special thanks to:
Antony Dewar (@Panttts) - Original Webpage design, co-creator of the Rude Bear franchise with Alex, graphic designer for Rude Bear 1, RBRising, RBRadio, RBResurrection and RBX.
If you want to play the rest of the series:
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