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Imaginary Dungeon

by brunocoimbra - Jam Entry

All a child needs to have fun is your own imagination, making it possible to turn your entire home into a small dungeon ready to be explored.

#Known issues:

- WebGL: Camera movement with mouse doesn't work properly. Play it in fullscreen to fix it.
- WebGL: The render seems a little buggy in random cases, being enable to see the skybox from the interior. No fix for it at time.

Have fun and comment!

For those who could not figure out what to do:

You need to light up those pyre-like things, sorry if we didn't made it more clear.

Downloads and Links


Ratings

#1854Coolness30%

Comments

Autovelop says ...
Apr 18, 2016 @ 11:44am

Didn't really know what to do. Attacking didn't seem to work either. While trying to figure out what to do, the monster attacking me through the walls was quite scary. Needs a lot more work. I suggest maybe trying something simpler next time and work to improve from that.

blinry says ...
Apr 19, 2016 @ 12:03am

I love the title graphic, the music, and the scary roaring sound :D

justacookie says ...
Apr 19, 2016 @ 12:08am

Oww.. the title screen looked so nice, but when i started the dungeon i realized this is a scary/creepy game. i would have loved to explore a bit more, but the monster sounds and the music were really doing their thing.. i think this is kind of nightmare stuff for me. But i enjoyed the art and you could really see that you put a lot of effort into making those things your own.

so gameplay wise i wished the monster wouldnt go through walls, because that really freaked me out, but i do understand that it adds to the atmosphere.

(for me, this game was a little creepy as im easily scared and so i feel that it accomplished what it tried to achieve with its mood) Thanks for making this!

paragonpawns says ...
Apr 19, 2016 @ 4:38am

I like the creepy feel the game has! As for gameplay, it was a bit confusing... I restarted a few times, but no matter what I did, I would always instantly die whenever I'd stop for even a split second, I never even saw what was attacking me...

greeboCherry says ...
Apr 19, 2016 @ 8:59am

This game is creepy....

Saddly, under pressure of this Monster From Under The Bed I Thnk I couldn't figgure out what to do.

kabel says ...
Apr 20, 2016 @ 9:47pm

It's unclear what to do and why. The monster attacks through the walls randomly. This needs more work. a lot of it.

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