Randomsmithby Catman - Compo Entry
You are the Randomsmith: the go-to weapon dealer for all the spy agencies in the world. Given any set of items, you can fabricate a very powerful weapon, and your wages are also really competitive!
Connect the given objects and make your clients happy by creating awesome weapons in a matter of seconds!
THE GAME IS PROCEDURAL, RETRY IT TO SEE DIFFERENT ITEMS (some are rare!)
- Connect as much items as you can to form a weapon.
- Get money as score!
- 6 levels, then you are given your final score.
- left mouse click to move an item
- right mouse click to rotate an item
- get two items close (and correctly oriented) to connect them
NOTE: The 'base' item (with the green pulsing sign) is the final weapon's handle, everything else MUST be connected to it someway, and you can drag and rotate the whole weapon by dragging it!
SEE THIS GIF: http://i.gyazo.com/17671ddb5e5a56e1c40613c10aeb6ad9.gif
- You get points for each item you connect
- You get (more!) points for following blueprints (just connect the two shown items, no need to check orientation)
- You get less points for elapsed time! Be fast!
Note for source code: you need DOTWEEN free version to build it!
Get it at http://dotween.demigiant.com/
Note: if you are using google Chrome, you need to enable the NPAPI plugins by opening a new tab and writing chrome://flags/#enable-npapi in the URL!
Note: I'll try to get a WebGL build running later.
Note: Mac and Linux builds were not tested! Let me know if something is wrong!
Post here your highscore!!!!! :D
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