Ludum Dare 35 — April 15th-18th, 2016 — Theme: Shapeshift

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Dwarf Portals ShapeShift

by Barink-social - Compo Entry

With a little troublesome came this mostly finished but certainly unpolished game. It is my entry for Ludum dare 35. I called it Dwarf Portals ShapeShift. As seen in the title above. Its actually a kind of a sequel to my very first entry in my very first ludum dare.

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The Tools:

GameEngine:
- Unity 5

Graphics:
- Adobe Photoshop
- Blender

Audio:
- Audacity

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thinks i think i can do better next time.
I will set a certain amount of time i can spend on a thing
I will learn about AI and coding opponent behaviour
I will take better care of game breaking bugs

Post LD version:
Windows: http://www.mediafire.com/download/i1a7ggz9vw3vcj8/Win_32.zip
Mac / OS X: http://www.mediafire.com/download/gv922tjnvwcn32n/OS_X.zip

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Story time:
The game will bring you back to my first entry. The tutorial pretends you played that game. further the story not explained in game goes kinda like this.
You hero Dwarf just saved the dwarf from The Evil. (a.k.a LD33 entry) You got to go through this building full of bad enemies. as you walk in you feel a little strange. Focusing on the feeling you SHAPSHIFTED into an orc. You came to realize you can shape shift and started using it to your advantage while cruising through the buildings.

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I enjoyed it and I learned something from it. I can't imagine a better ludum dare weekend. I hope if you joined in as well you felt the same. Thanks for checking the game out.

Please don't forget to leave feedback. See you next time , bye!

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The LD version is very much broken, so check out the post LD version to atleast complete the game. Upgrades are still worthless, though!

Downloads and Links


Ratings

#2304Coolness0%

Comments

AnaGF says ...
Apr 21, 2016 @ 12:37am

I tried to shapeshift but the only thing that happened was a message that says "Cool Down". Am I missing something?

Nolocality says ...
Apr 21, 2016 @ 2:23am

I think it may be a bit broken sir. I to got the "Cool Down" message and couldn't morph.

I tried to find shop button but the screen was a bit out of proportion and it couldn't be found. I did mine a few walls down and find a purple beam of light...from there I could do nothing.

If it's ever up and running properly I would give it a go as you seem to have some content waiting within...cheers and good effort dude.

Barink-social says ...
Apr 21, 2016 @ 3:17pm

@Nolocality @AnaGF , I am aware of the fact that my game is broken. Last moment adding in the levels and a winning state was the cause.
Knowing that I still wanted to have an entry this time so Uploaded it anyways but further didn't really announce anything.

Thank you for checking it out and sorry to waste your time. I will see if I can repair the game to a state less broken somewhere between now and two weeks.



My apologies!

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