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

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Rampage Quest

by Harrs - Compo Entry

Rampage Quest is a UI-based RPG where you, an ancient evil, awaken to destroy the world in all it's randomly generated glory.

I didn't quite get to finish this game as much as I wanted to, but it is absolutely playable from start to finish even if it is rough around the edges. I've included the assets folder as the source code, as I didn't mess with any project settings and I was getting weird errors when I tried to zip the whole thing. I used Unity with UnityVS to work in visual studio 2015, all game code and art assets were either done from scratch or built into unity.

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Comments

Aug 24, 2015 @ 8:54pm

Not really sure what the different options do or how to play effectively. I destroyed some villages and I think I died a few times, not sure. I understand there's not time for a tutorial in game, but you should probably put some info in the description to help people out.

adsilcott says ...
Aug 28, 2015 @ 2:20pm

Very fun game with minimal graphics. I spend more time on this game than most so far. My suggestion would be is to add a tutorial. When I figured it out, it became fun.

abcdef65g says ...
Sep 2, 2015 @ 7:31am

This really needs a tutorial. XD Being rough around the edges is normal for a compo submission. The game is quite interesting when you get into it, and I could see a very good product if you take it further from here!

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