EXTREME DUNGEON MEGA SHIFT RPG PINBALL DELUXEby Somelife Games - Compo Entry
EXTREME DUNGEON MEGA SHIFT RPG PINBALL DELUXE!!
That's right, a shapeshifting pinball machine set up for a the perfect and bounciest dungeon crawling RPG experience!
Don't ask, I sure didn't!
Collect GOLD from barrels and crates.
Battle MONSTERS, then collect GOLD from their body.
You lose some HP every time the ball falls into the "pit trap" between the flippers, which also resets the dungeon/crate/monsters (but you keep the gold until you die).
Take the stairs to move up and down.
There is no real win state sadly, so just have fun or something :)
Anyway, it's my first Ludum Dare and first time trying physics 2D in Unity (nightmares of legend after that one!). It's short, probably bugged a bit, but still learned a lot and love the concept!
- Left and Right CONTROL keys (or Arrow keys) for the Flippers.
- SPACEBAR to shake stuff up. This is an important mechanic (also to get unstuck or something), it takes STAMINA (blue thing bottom right) which regends slowly.
- S to turn on/off the sound effects (AWESOME!)
- ESCAPE to return to the main menu.
- Best played in default 1070*900 via the Web link below.
- Included Windows x86 build in case there's some memory issue via the webGL stuff.
(04/18/2016, 13:00) Changed windows built to .zip and removed .pdb files to reduce download size. No code change.
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