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

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by Eroxxie - Compo Entry

The baby wants cookies, but his babysitter dont allow him. Shapeshift with the power of his dolls to make it easier to get from the crib to the jar.

At 35 cookies stored, you shapeshift into a cookie behemoth and you are able to trample the babysitter to get sweet revenge!

Overall Controls:
WASD - Walk
T - Mute Music

Baby Controls:
Left Click on jar - Put cookie in-pocket (up to 4 can be obtained once)
Touch Doll - Shapeshift!

Werewolf Controls:
Right Click on woodwall - Destroy it!
G - Shapeshift into Baby again

Fairy Controls:
Right Click on dresser - Move it!
G - Shapeshift into Baby again
(you also moves/fly faster as fairy)

NOTE*: You can only pick up cookies from the jar as baby (if you have a current form as a werewolf or fairy, you must press G to drop the power and then click on the jar)

I would like to work on it more, but i dont have time to do so. I wish to expand the game more, but i may do so in the future!
This was my first Ludum Dare game by the way!

Tools used:
GameMaker - game engine
BFXR - sound effects
Beepbox - music composition

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3T3A says ...
Apr 27, 2016 @ 6:58pm

Good graphism, good humour but the game is a little boring after 8 cookies for somes reason:
*After the 4 coolies you have use all the disguses, there isn't suprise :/
*The game is repeated, maybe you can add somes differences or just recreated the woodwall after some cookies.
*I didn't have the courage to take 35 cookie.
To resume, next time, try to make your game shorter or add new mechanic of gameplay in the time.
But again, the graphics and the humour are unique, 1st time i saw them in this LD.

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