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

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Untilted

by ashtonharding - Jam Entry

Our first game. I'm a total n00b programmer, so this thing is a cluster of horribad.

The point of the game is to avoid getting too hungry, thirsty, sleepy, and too much bladder! (lol)

This turn based game has the unconventional weapon of hope, food/drinks/naps/the toilet, and your clicking. You are fighting against mother nature while trying to be number one at LudumDare.

Good luck.




#### Controls:

Mouse Click = Selection
- (Number pad -) - Stop Music
+ (Number pad +) - Play Music


### TO PLAY THIS GAME ###

>> UPDATE: doitle helped me out and compiled the game to run in exe format. It crashes when you exit the game, but it's no worries. I just used the wrong close function. :)

REQUIREMENTS:
+ Python 2.7
+ PyGames



Sadly, You...Need to have python. The only thing that was able to compile it into a .exe file was not happening. (For some reason, it just... would melt everything.)

So, just... type ./untilted.py and have a laugh.


## Credits
Ashton Harding (me): Programmer, music
Julie Morley: Artist, white boardist

Downloads and Links


Ratings

#2341Coolness14%

Comments

celisoft says ...
Apr 21, 2015 @ 10:11am

Don't work on openSuse or Ubuntu :/

I have already used Pygame in the past and this is a good choice for Unix gamers but as you said, very difficult to produce an exe file for Windows :/

doitle says ...
Apr 22, 2015 @ 9:27pm

Hey,
I built your game into an executable for Win32. I did have to add import pygame._view to the top of your main file to get the executable freezer to work but otherwise went off without a hitch. Oh also you didn't include FreeSansBold.ttf in your distribution, so I added that. The zip file is here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/59i2vd6evz8fdrj/untilted-win32.zip?dl=0
If you want to download it and put it up as a Windows version of your game, go ahead.

One other thing... I get a crash every time I try to quit, I think because you are calling a function quit() which doesn't appear to exist anywhere. I usually call sys.exit() right after pygame.exit() to close the window. It may be that it crashes for me because quit() is undefined on windows vs. Linux/Unix, but I think if you use sys.exit() it will always quit in the correct way for whichever platform its running on.

Hopefully with a Windows version up too you can get some more ratings going on this entry.

Cosmologicon says ...
Apr 23, 2015 @ 3:32am

Worked great for me on Ubuntu. I like the music, it's catchy. The art's not bad too. Gameplay is pretty simple, though. I tried looking at your code to figure out why it's flashing like that. That main game loop is... something else haha. But that's to be expected during Ludum Dare. :)

Frozen Stick says ...
May 3, 2015 @ 10:27am

Interesting....and nice music.

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