Ludum Dare 36 — August 26th-29th, 2016 — Theme: Ancient Technology

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Realms of Old Beta I

by Silver_Kovy - Jam Entry

This is the my first Ludum Dare.

Realms of Old Beta aims to be a strategy game resource management game.
You're time machine malfunctions and you're stuck in the past

You have to get to Purr to get the Blue Crystals.
Honestly this is more of a beta than a complete product.

You can move arround the map with wasd, and other controls are covered in the tutorial.

You use your knolledge from the future to take control of the city state Dyst
and advancing in power and technology you make your way towards your goal. So you can repair the time machine and travel home.

Realms of Old is my first game in Ludum Dare. Some features were cut and will probably be added in later due to time constraint.

This is the linux 64-bit version, if you're having compatibality issues.

You can download Blender from blender.org. if you go that route you can export it to Windows and MAc aswell.

All feedback is apreciated. Take care

Downloads and Links


Comments

PainGames says ...
Sep 17, 2016 @ 5:31am

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PainGames says ...
Sep 17, 2016 @ 5:33am

Looking for the features that will probably be added.
Check itch.io and post your game there I will be looking for your games update there.

PainGames says ...
Sep 17, 2016 @ 5:34am

please check my game http://bit.ly/2cQLdYl

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