Mass-Xby hexagore - Compo Entry
My take on the theme is a weapon that lets you swap your physical location with entities of equivalent mass. You kill them with their own bullets, that sort of thing. Fun. The idea is that it's fun.
I didn't have enough time to add more levels. Consider it more fun to play if you actually try to kill as many robots as possible. Pretend the game insists on it. :P
Thank you for playing!
Controls are WASD for moving around, Space jumps, Mouse aims the Mass-X Patent Mass Exchanger Weapon and Left Click fires it.
MOUSE CLICK IN THE GAME TO ACTIVATE THE MOUSE! Browser game. Sorry. Can't escape all the faff entirely!
PS EXPERIMENTAL CONTROLS: You can use an XBOX 360 control pad. Left stick moves, right stick aims, L1 jumps, R1 swaps. Sadly I didn't have time to visually indicate what you were aiming at but, hey, it's there if you want it.
-- 1st Update --
After a number of complaints and seeing the bug for myself, I discovered that for many people it was impossible to get past a certain level due to 'cursor lag' which was to do with the way that browsers deal with mouse events by default. I patched the game in the least dramatic way I could that fixed the problem.
-- 2nd Update ---
- Now works on Firefox
- Custom game engine for Three.JS/WebGL/HTML5
- Music was made with Propellerhead Reason
- Pixel art was made with Swanky Paint.
- Lighting masks made with Photoshop.
- Sound effects were made in Reason and Audition
- Code was typed into Sublime Text 3
- Binary versions thanks to nw.js
- sweat and tears
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