2045 Henkei no Densetsuby Rock Eaters - Jam Entry
2045 - Henkei no Densetsu - (Legend of Deformation ) is a post-apocalyptic Run'n'Gun samurai game created by Rock Eaters during the Ludum Dare #35.
LEADER BOARD :
1st – Cliff Lee(CL) -77650
2nd – Tselmek – 63500
3rd – Xanjos – 55700
4th –in3orn 48300
5th – JefePapaya -32700
6th – curtamyth – 24500
7th –dollarone– 24300
8th- Green Soda – 23300
9th – A-Flat Miner Studios -21850
10th – Skaz -21700
Post your high score in the comment.
Everyday until the results, we will update the top ten leaderboard.
2045, the third world war finished a few months ago but some places are still battle zones. The global and massive use of biological weapons killed 90 percent of the humanity and definitly changed the face of nature and engendered mutations on many species.
You play as a samurai recently bit by a mutant fish who will have to defend his village from a raid of punks leaded by their huge mutated green boss.
Heinkei no Densetsu is a run'n'gun (top view), inspirated by great classic games like Ikari Warriors or Ninja commando .
You will have to find your way to the boss, slashing as many punks as you can and free your people from the cages.
Each time you hit someone, your anger gauge rises. When the "anger gauge" is full, the bite of the mutant fish reveal it's power and turns you into an unbeatable big red monster. When the gauge come back back to zero you comes back to your mortal samurai form.
Classic punk : They will shoot singles bullets in your direction.
Gatling punk : They will shoot high cadenced gatling bursts in your direction.
Kamikaze punk : They will run on you and blow themselves when they are next to you.
Turret punk : they will shoot spray of bullet in one direction.
Big green boss : it's up to you find your way to him and discover it .
Other things you can shoot at :
Civilians : These are your village people, don't shoot them or you will lose some precious points.
Crabes : You don't exactly know why but you hate them since you are a kid. Shoot them will provide some great points.
Cages : Shooting at it, you will increase you "anger gauge", destroying it you will free some of your people (and one of those sneaky crabes).
first button : shoot
second button : reboot level
Most of the controllers should work with the downloadable version.
If you dont have a controller or if you play the browser version .
The keyboards keys are :
"Arrows" for the directions.
"A" for button 1
"S" for button 2
Hope you will enjoy the game as much as we had fun making it.
Rock Eaters Team for this Game :
Prog : Fabot
Graphism : VHS and Remon Jr
Music ans Sfx : Alix Pilot
100% homemade music and design and developed on ClickTeam.
Warning ! This version is not exaclty the same than the one we uploaded at the end of the jam. It didnt change a lot but it makes the gaming experience more confortable (a bit faster) and includes all the elements designed during the jam (like the boss, the 4 musics and some backgrounds objects).
If you want to vote for us, maybe check the first version and make your own idea of the few improvement we have made . The Original uploaded build is still available on Gamejolt http://gamejolt.com/games/2045-henkei-no-densetsu/141991
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