Not My Panties!by Karai17 - Jam Entry
Not My Panties! is an innovative, award-winning masterpiece about a young, erm... "girl" who is being harassed by the track team at... "her" school. Their harassments may out "her" secret, so "she" must defend herself with "her" over-sized stylus. Yes. "She." >_>
This game has 5 normal stages + a boss fight and *is* winnable!
This game requires a GPU capable of OpenGL 3.0+ (2.1 if you have good drivers). If the game crashes when you hit "Play", it is probably a driver issue. This game may not run on older Intel GMAs. If it lags, we're sorry. We're working on optimizing our engine for the next LD!
Note: If you have a gamepad plugged in, it *might* cause random crashes. This is being looked into.
This game uses a slightly customized nightly build of the LOVE 2D game framework. This game will be updated to run on the next version (0.10.0) which will contain the features needed for this game to run. In the mean time, if you wish to run this game on OS X or Linux*, read the build instructions below.
Running the game on OS X or Linux simply requires you to rename the source archive from .zip to .love.
If you would like to read our design document, I have posted it here:
* Apparently this game runs on WINE under Linux!
Finally, if you would like to download the game from itch instead, you can find it at:
LOVE3D uses a slightly modified version of the LOVE framework. You can download the source form the following link and build it like you would normally build LOVE:
Alternatively, there are Windows and OS X builds pre-built here:
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