Ludum Dare 33 — August 21st-24th, 2015 — Theme: You are the Monster

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Sassy Monster City Smashin'

by TheGamingProject - Jam Entry

What makes you a monster?
For some it is horror.
For some it is fear.
For you it is your undying sassiness.

With the rising of the 25th Sol on the 313th mega-annum you rose.

Show this world your sass and the destruction of their dreams.

Let none forget the Sass Master.



About:
Sassy Monster City Smashin' is a destruction game or what is also known as a "Sass Simulator" in which you must show this one incredibly long street just how sassy you are. In SMCS you can build your combo meter by hitting the colored buildings in the order displayed at the top. Completing a combo will increase your multiplier. All buildings when destroyed award time. Once the time runs out your Sass run ends.


Controls:
Sass Left: A or left arrow
Sass Right: D or right arrow
Start: Z


Note:
We had a ton of fun making this, thanks for taking the time to play it :)

Downloads and Links


Ratings

#2355Coolness0%

Comments

Keon says ...
Aug 25, 2015 @ 1:44am

The graphics were a bit rough (blurry or something? Couldn't exactly tell what.) but the animations were nice and the gameplay was simple but effective.

Sometimes it crashed before loading, but after refreshing a few times it worked and I could play it.

Ninja Garage says ...
Aug 28, 2015 @ 3:53pm

Big monster doing his vertical job. Good job!

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