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

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No Man's Earth

by Neowedge - Jam Entry

Name: No Man's Earth
Genre: First person stealth game
Platform: PC - Wnindws
Engine: Unity 3D

Miguel López: Programmer and story writter
Jorge Momplet: Game & Audio Designer and Illumination
Paloma Pipeleers: Artist

Metal Gear Solid meets Silent Hill meets Cats!!! Hideo Kojima Wins!

Man's No Earth is a stealth first person game in wich you must have complete a level without being spotted by cats and use a floppy disk for save mankind. You gat 3 Ancient Artifacts that can help you in your mission.

- Stealth mechanics
- Use 'Ancient' Technology against evil cats and save the world!
- 3 different endings


WASD: Move
Space: Switch Crouch
E: Interact with environment
Left Mouse: Use selected tool
Right Mouse: Run

Year 2133.

Evil cats have taken the control of all the technology on the Earth and have decimated mankind.

Combined armies of all over the world have been defeated by their own weapons and the terrible but charming cat look.

Every day we are closer to extintion.

However, humans do not give up.

Our infiltrated old women spies have discovered that cats jealously guard 3 powerfull Ancient Artifacts capable of change the course of the war.

Only you, a stealthy ninja deprived of any weapon, has a chance of infiltrate their base, locate the 3 Ancient Artifacts and use it to defeat the cats once and for all.

You are the last hope of mankind.

- You cannont get batteries :(
- Game boy should help you see in the dark, but...
- It is very difficult!!!

- AI bugs fixed
- Illumination issues fixed (night/gameboy vision affected)
- Now you can get batteries
- Enemies positions balanced
- Scene props added
- Now you can select a weapon using mouse wheel
- Now you can see equiped weapon/tool
- Minor improvements and bug fixing

Downloads and Links


Aug 31, 2016 @ 6:14am

little difficult to play

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