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

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You Are The Münster

by piromline - Jam Entry

You are the münster, but not a monster. Not yet, at least...

Left/right arrow keys to move. SPACE to jump.

Runs fine with Chrome (v44 and up). Seems to work with Firefox as well, but display is slightly garbled.

Everything from scratch, except the physics library (Matter.js).

- Aseprite for graphics
- Sunvox for background music
- Sfxr for sound effects
- Tiled for editing the levels


-- A game by Les fromages qui puent (merwaaan & myself)

Downloads and Links




BeardyBard says ...
Aug 27, 2015 @ 11:24am

Excellent game. The subject of the monster is opened very well. Sometimes when you play that on the ground sprites have a graps.

NikB says ...
Aug 27, 2015 @ 11:51am

Nice little game. The engine has some problems with collisions and the level seems a little bit too repetitive, but overall it's definitely a solid entry.

zenmumbler says ...
Aug 27, 2015 @ 12:02pm

Fun take on the genre and theme, but the difficulty setup was too oldschool for me. If nearly every jump is rather precise and, when missed, leads to death or falling down (both meaning have to do a section again and again) combined with the floaty way you move on platforms and the occasional bug where it doesn't jump, it gets frustrating.

Don't get me wrong, I like this thing which is all the more why I was annoyed by the way it wanted to impede progress with early NES like exact jumps with fatal consequences. Collision with spikes is also rather biased towards death. Still good, but just too fickle. (I got to the part after the cave)

fullmontis says ...
Aug 27, 2015 @ 12:26pm

The controls are too slippery for the amount of control required for the platforming! It was very difficult. But the short checkpoints mitigate some of the frustration. The idea behind it is fun, I like it!

Nanolotl says ...
Aug 27, 2015 @ 12:49pm

I enjoy the name of this a lot. The game itself is fun too although the platforming can be quite finicky, especially when caterpillars are involved.

Sunflower says ...
Aug 27, 2015 @ 2:03pm

"How do you call a Londonian cheese?"
"Why, it's Westmünster!"

The yay:
- the punomenal premise of the game!
- mockers that'd later taste the revenge
- neat graphics

The nay:
- gameplay feels too slippery and collisions seem unfair
- bugs - when they strike you, you are invisible and then might random-ishly die for whatever reason
- the mockers' speech bubbles covered one another
- I don't really know if the spark things have any purpose aside from bragging rights

Pretty solid, but gameplay needs some refining. ^^"

Aug 27, 2015 @ 4:01pm

The controls are clunky. Too slippery to make accurate jumps. The art need to be fixed too, lines from irrelevant sprite frame is showing.

hate-marina says ...
Sep 6, 2015 @ 5:31pm

Damn slugs! Hard as hell :)

Darkflint says ...
Sep 6, 2015 @ 5:34pm

How would the child of pac man and mario look? Like You are the Münster! :D Really nice, but then against i realizied i am not an jump and run player xD But very well made, good points for you :)

radmars says ...
Sep 7, 2015 @ 4:47pm

probably need to do some integer conversions for tiles, looks like theres some wiggle to the rendering.

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