Dabugby Devark - Compo Entry
A crazy and fun arcade shooter where you play as a cheeky data-killing virus called Dabug! Currently only has an Endless Arcade mode with increasing difficulty. Ironically, this version may have some bugs. They've been fixed in the current version I have but I'm not sure if I'm allowed to update the files here.
<WASD> - Movement
Left and Right Mouse Buttons - Aim/Fire primary and secondaries
<E> - Select
<Q> - Go Back
<Esc> - Pause
Hold <Esc> Exit to the desktop
First LD! Great fun and good luck to everyone!
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