ForgeCraftby Stals - Jam Entry
Match resources (diagonals are allowed) and get enough for the item you are crafting.
Click the thermometer on the right to increase current forge heat. Match the one required by clients and sustain it.
Click the water to lower heat to 0.
Collect 50 of each resource (by completing clients requests and upgrading your forge) and create the Extraordinary Unconventional Weapon you always dreamt about.
(Upgrade button is on the bottom left of the screen)
You can pause the game by clicking (?) in the bottom right corner of the screen.
(We didn't have time for a lot of things we wanted to add, but we still hope you will like it)
P.S. Balancing was made in a last couple of hours so it can be not great =)
About the health - we sadly also didn't have much time to think about it (and implement) and we thought just restarting the game will be too much, so just let you continue playing. (If we will continue developing this game we will probably add a Day system, and you will continue from the last day or something)
(On OSX - Ctrl+Left Click on the ForgeCraft.app and click Open to be able to play it)
Game by: (Made in ~48 hours)
Stas Korotaev @StalsKnight (Programming, Game Design)
Svetozar the Strong @Svetozzzar (Some Art, Game Design, all other things)
Charecters art by Cyangmou
Ayene-chan - icon masta
Buch - gui
Downloads and Links
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