Ludum Dare 32 — April 17th-20th, 2015 — Theme: An Unconventional Weapon

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Combine Carnage

by acro - Jam Entry

The evil, landgrabbing Farmer Derek has built all over Farmer Keith's unused land! Bogged down for years with legal wrangling, now Keith's finally snapped: he's on the warpath, with a most unconventional weapon - his trusty combine harvester!

Physics mayhem and carnage abound - try to clear as much illegal property as possible before the time expires.

Following LD32's keynote, this entry was a brand new team, using Unity for the first time ever.

Team Members:

Robin Knox - lead programmer and mechanics design
Adam Crossan - modelling and coding support, textures
Andrew Knox - main modeller, music & sound production, and vocal talents.
and special thanks to Rowena Aitken for the title art.


Mac OS:
Tested and runs well. If you encounter a security warning when running the .app bundle, select Apple Logo > System Preferences > Security and Privacy and press the 'Open Anyway' button.

Compiled version is for both x86 and x64. Extract the 7z's contents, ensure you have set execute permissions on the relevant .x86 or .x86_64 files and data folder/files, then from terminal run ./Combine_Carnage.x86_64


All feedback eagerly welcomed! Enjoy!

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diiq says ...
Apr 21, 2015 @ 11:50pm

Hahaha, great idea! Fantastic fit for the theme.

It was very laggy for me, so I can't rate the gameplay with much assurance, but the graphics looked nice -- as long as you avoided the wheat :)

The occasional voice over was amusing, but took me out of the game more than it immersed me.

Great work!

Liam :D says ...
Apr 21, 2015 @ 11:54pm

Your avatar image is basically the face I was making while playing this :D

Volatile Dove says ...
Apr 22, 2015 @ 8:44pm

Impressive graphics! Also I like the way you can harvest everything, and the voice. But I got two bugs :
- while going into level 2, the camera was stuck in the ground and the harvester didn't want to move any more.
- And I got also this in level 2 the second time I played:
"Out of memory. If you are the developer of this content, try allocating more memory to your WebGL build in the WebGL player settings"

richiebranson says ...
Apr 23, 2015 @ 1:09am

I enjoyed this. ran into some interesting physics issues with the harvester, but other than that, solid entry. That title screen...perfect!

F. Wiktora says ...
Apr 23, 2015 @ 2:53am

Good one! Better download than web, though.

IamAcoconut says ...
Apr 23, 2015 @ 2:54am

Great entry! Really fun to play! I found it so funny when the tractor hit the cow, and there was no blood or anything, the cow just went flying, and then the voice said: "Well that wasn't very realistic was it?" Great game, maybe add some enemies or something to try to avoid hitting, (just to add some different gameplay). But this is good too. Anyway nice game!

FistBumpGames says ...
Apr 23, 2015 @ 11:09am

Quite fun sometimes, but the gameplay needs some work.

badlydrawnrod says ...
Apr 25, 2015 @ 2:02pm

I feel like I'm back in Wiltshire. I enjoyed that, but my laptop did rather struggle to maintain anything like a decent frame rate. Funny, and very amusing, and playable despite the lag (probably my laptop, not the game).

"I've got a brand new combine harvester..."

ZYXer says ...
Apr 27, 2015 @ 1:24am

This game is hilarous, good looking and fun to play! Best game I've seen so far! Well done!

Demy says ...
May 4, 2015 @ 10:20am

I love the intro image. The game is fun and I liked the sounds. It crushes every second level, but I think, it's just a regular bug at Ludum Dare =)

Tselmek says ...
May 6, 2015 @ 12:24am

The controls are very hard and the lag didn't make it any easier. The sounds and graphics are nice, a bit more explanations on how the levels work, what the goal is and what we can encounter would be nice.

May 6, 2015 @ 3:20pm

Excellent game! The music is great, and the graphics are very competent. The character art really stands out. The mechanics are great, though the controls are a bit slow due to the lag. Nice job, 5 stars! :D

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