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

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Human Complex

by Shpuld - Jam Entry

DESCRIPTION:

Human Complex is a first person stealth game.
You play as a test subject for an experiment that didn't go as planned, as you gained superhuman speed and strength, but they were not able to contain you.

You're trying to navigate your way out of the complex one area at the time, but armed guards and automatic security turrets are making it harder for you. In order to make it out alive, you need to think fast and move fast. A slow monster is a dead monster.

HOW TO PLAY:

-WSAD to move
-Mouse to look
-CTRL for crouch
-SHIFT for walk
-SPACE and MOUSE2 for jump
-MOUSE1 for attack

CREDITS:

-Programming, graphics, level design: Shpuld
-Music, sound: Pitchatan

-Runs on the FTE QuakeWorld engine by Spike

Downloads and Links


Ratings

#2226Coolness14%

Comments

Quadnozzle says ...
Aug 25, 2015 @ 11:57am

I liked the variety of levels! The art and animation of the bad guys were also really nice. I didn't really get a feel for the "You are the Monster" theme, though. Not a bad stealth game though, I enjoyed my playthrough!

Aug 28, 2015 @ 2:23pm

Nice game, but has NOTHING to do with the theme!

peecestudios says ...
Aug 29, 2015 @ 2:10am

Wonderful game! It kinda went with the theme. The enemies could shoot through boxes and they were a bit hard.

OrangeeZ says ...
Aug 29, 2015 @ 12:23pm

Pretty nice! I liked the concept of the first person stealth, but 3rd level is RIDICULOUSLY hard! :)

Aug 29, 2015 @ 12:26pm

Don't really see what it has to do with the theme. You could be Sam Fisher sneaking through there instead of a monster and it wouldn't really make much difference. Still was a good stealth game, the AI was about as intelligent as you'd expect in a stealth game (without the advantage of having so much time to work on it, so good). Two things I would change are I'd add audible footsteps so you can hear how much noise you're making, and just to make the game a little easier I'd make the guards more alert for a second when they notice you, and if you can hide in that time they go back to their patrol. But that's just what I'd do, overall pretty good.

Techblogogy says ...
Aug 29, 2015 @ 12:33pm

Very nice game! It could be a bit hard, but I was able to do the old Quake Engine bunnyhop though levels.

Great Job!

faemir says ...
Aug 30, 2015 @ 2:21am

Good mood and fun to sneak around in, all-round polished nicely!

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