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

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Steve and Clomo

by DrPrettyPatty - Jam Entry

==== Controls ====
Keyboard: WASD + Space + LeftMouseButton
Keyboard(alt): Arrow Keys + Space + F
Gamepads: Direction Pad/Stick + A + X

==== Description ====
"Steve and Clomo" is a quietly lovely game about a nice man named Steve protecting his child from the monster in his closet, Clomo. In singli-player, you are Clomo. Also, it's more streetily fighterly than quietly lovely.

We highly recommend playing multiplayer if you have at least one gamepad!

The small bars underneath the health bars represent ammo, which you get from the side cubbies! When you throw things, it randomly chooses from your available ammo, but you can tactically choose ammos to gain an advantage over your opponent!

BEAR beats BAT. BAT beats LAMP. LAMP beats BEAR.

Best two rounds out of three!

==== Team ====
This game was made by Zak Reynolds and Clint Glenn! I (Zak) programmed the game and created the 3D and 2D art, and Clint created the music, put together the SFX, and took lead on the design. All the assets were created within the 72 hours, aside from a modified camera shake script, Unity's standard image effects and shaders, and the base sounds for the SFX.

More stuff by Zak can be found at

Have fun!

Downloads and Links




kakarotsan says ...
Aug 25, 2015 @ 2:59am

How do you run this in Linux?

Aug 25, 2015 @ 3:05am

72 hours wasn't enough for a game like this, very cool idea but still needs work
the game kept on glitching out and things weren't showing up.

DrPrettyPatty says ...
Aug 25, 2015 @ 3:19am

@kakarotsan: You should extract the .zip, then run the "SteveAndClomo" file (I tested in Linux Mint, it should work fine!)

@IonProgramming: Thanks for the feedback, what things weren't showing up? Was the framerate low? I'm working on an optimization patch to fix the 'glitching' on slower machines too, it's Unity's garbage collector collecting all the projectiles.


hcosta says ...
Aug 25, 2015 @ 2:00pm

Wow, nice game. I like those plastic models and the ambientation. It would be good see an extended version with more characters and improved IA :)

MechanicMoon says ...
Aug 26, 2015 @ 8:50am

The graphics are awesome and the gameplay is very fun. Nice work. I love the 3d models and the atmosphere.

faemir says ...
Aug 27, 2015 @ 1:02pm

Great graphics and fun gameplay, I really enjoyed this :)

Karai17 says ...
Aug 30, 2015 @ 3:22am

First fighting game I've seen on LD, cool! Could use a little more depth, but otherwise it was fine!

Lucho9 says ...
Aug 31, 2015 @ 6:28pm

it s very cool and simple, but the atmosphere is quite really good, aside from some hateful bugs. Also the mac version doesnt work, it s for something above mac 10.6 right?

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