Ludum Dare 34 — December 11th-14th, 2015 — Theme Tied: Two Button Controls, Growing

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by hostile - Jam Entry

You are a rogue robot seeking freedom, you must destroy your enemies to assimilate their pieces.

- Q , E : Skills
- w , A , S , D : Movement
- ARROWS : Shooting

(Web version is not working properly, use windows download instead)

Raúl Vivar (@raulbayushi) - pixel artist
Israel Asencio (@jostail) - pixel artist
Daniel Rodríguez (@neil_11_89) - programmer
Álex Morales - music

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BubsyPoochies says ...
Dec 15, 2015 @ 4:07pm

This one is very cool! Reminded us of classic Amiga games in terms of theme, graphics, logo and music. The presentation is really great overall, although we felt it lacks visual feedback when being shot (at first we didn't realize when we were being shot). Keep up the work with this one, it has a lot of potential. Enhorabuena, gran trabajo!

Weeping Rupee says ...
Dec 21, 2015 @ 5:46am

The sprites in this game are top notch, wow. The controls are responsive and its fun to play definitely-- a little on the easy side, though but that might be explainable in the upcoming section.

However there were alot of bugs:

-Clipping though walls and getting stuck
-Player sprite seems to be an all white version of hitbox
-Doors not working
-Not taking any damage, unable to die in some runs?

It was alot to endure but I tried my best. I think with some fixes this game is very solid.

karlipoppins says ...
Dec 21, 2015 @ 8:43am

I feel like this could have been the best game of this LD if you guys had a little bit more time to fix the bugs!! Graphics were amazing. Loved the music, sounds and animations. Issues with the player sprite. Wonderful gameplay.

neil89 says ...
Jan 22, 2016 @ 12:19am

Hi! I'm the programmer of this game. Definitely I needed more time to fix all the bugs... Lot of work to do on only 72 hours! After jam, during Christmas, I fixed all bugs I found, added some feedback on UI, improve and enhance some minor aspects, instructions screen, gamepad support and more sound effects. You can try now web version, I hope you enjoy! Thanks for your kind comments

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