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

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Monster Smash

by LeoZ - Compo Entry

The game can be played with controllers or the keyboard.

There is no A.I., use the F2-F4 keys to add more local players if no other players are connected.

Monster Smash is a multiplayer fighting game similar to Super Smash Bros.
The goal is to kick your enemies off the platform. The more damage you deal, the farther they will be knocked back by attacks.

The game can be played locally and via the internet at the same time, supporting up to 4 local players and up to 4 instances connected over the internet.

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Tortoise says ...
Aug 25, 2015 @ 3:48pm

Cool fighting game, I liked the level art and player art, shame there isn't any audio though. The controls are a bit hard to get use to as well.

FlashMonkey says ...
Aug 25, 2015 @ 3:48pm

Nice idea and very well made graphics i like it.

Frozen Ninja says ...
Aug 25, 2015 @ 4:01pm

This is a very nice concept. The art is very nice and with proper animations has the potential to be great looking. unfortunately it lacks features, and is more of a multiplayer experience. Its a shame since it looked really nice. ALSO, if you have a controller, I strongly recommend using one, the controls are better suited for it. Good job! :)

Ershany says ...
Aug 27, 2015 @ 3:11am

Really awesome :)

congusbongus says ...
Sep 5, 2015 @ 2:03pm

The level graphics look very attractive, I love it

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