SHEEP MANIAby SadSmile - Compo Entry
My name is Kevin Brand, aka SadSmile, and this is my 2nd Ludum Dare.
At my first Ludum Dare (LD30) i participated as "Zer0", but i forgot my E-Mail password and the password of my Ludum Dare Account (i would forget my own head if it wasnt fixed on my body -.-).
So well here is my Game: "SHEEP MANIA". Its a top-down "shooter" and you have to protect your Meal (Sheeps) from hungry wolves. But how do you defend something from waves of hungry wolves? Right, with exploding sheep!
Controlls: WSAD / Arrow Keys - Walk around
Mouse - Use to rotate the player
Left Click - Shoot a sheep.
Tools Used: Unity 5 (Engine), Blender (3D Models), GIMP (Textures), Audacity (SoundFX), BoscaCeoil (Music).
I hope you enjoy my game :D
PS: I would love it, if you guys take the time and write a comment, so that i know what i can improve for the next time (otherwise i will end up like EA: Doing the same mistakes over and over again without improving D: )
-Added a "casual version" with zoomed out camera and increased movement speed ;) IMPORTANT: This version was added AFTER the Compo dead line. Pls judge the original version, but feel free to play this new version if you like the game :D (How to change the original version to this version: Change the walk speed in the player controller script (inside the inspector!) to 15 and set the cameras Y pos. to 25).
- changed name: "casual version" -> "Improved Version"
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