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Colonier's Mineformer

by jancsiba5 - Jam Entry

In our game, you take control over a brave gold miner, whose objective is to get to the gold, while the evil saboteurs try to kill him and demolish the mines. Down in the mines you only have 3 things to fight with: Your pick, your lantern and of course DYNAMITES. Use the three powers to either kill or heal yourself. Play on 7 different levels with lots of combat and some logic puzzles, with a HUGE boss fight in the end.

Controls:
WD - move left/right
Space - Jump
LMB - Shoot selected skill
RMB - Heal with selected skill
1 - Select pick
2 - Select dynamite
3 - Select lantern
E - Activate lever
Q - Deactivate lever

Misc:
ESC to grab mouse

PS: You will need 7zip to unzip the game archive, and it will take a bit longer than expected, because I had to pack it really tight to be able to upload it. Anyway, 1 GB of RAM will be needed to unpack it.

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Ratings

#2022Coolness20%

Comments

Figglewatts says ...
Apr 28, 2014 @ 9:37pm

Collision was pretty buggy, kept getting stuck in things. Also not sure what any of the GUI represents. Graphics were interesting though.

Waterman7 says ...
Apr 28, 2014 @ 9:40pm

game won't start for me :/
starting the .jar opens a window which immediately closes again (running winows 7)

jancsiba5 says ...
Apr 28, 2014 @ 9:48pm

Yea physics is not the strong of me :( I never could make a working collision detection, but this is the closest I could make to a properly working collision detecion.
Waterman7 try opening in cmd with "java -jar game.jar" and write down the trace log

JoshRespawns says ...
May 4, 2014 @ 10:58am

Great Game!

davidB says ...
May 4, 2014 @ 11:54am

buggy collisionm so not fun.

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