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

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WhipUp!

by 4FreaksFiction - Jam Entry

Put in the shoes of the right hand of the Pharaoh and build the greatest pyramid of all time!
Manage your workers assigning them to the right labour, and keep the whip warm in order to finish your wonder in time!

Use the mouse to interact with the elemnts on screen.

-Click on the arrows on the right/left to move the camera to the different buildings
-Click on the arrows on the top/bottom of the progress bar in order to assign workers (or relieve them) to that labour
-Clink on the buildings to speed up the progress

-You need to assign workers to the quarry in order to get blocks of rock
-You also need 10 workers assigned to the pyramid, and 1 foreman in order to get the rock from the quarry and get it to the pyramid.
-Train foremen in the foremancy
-Get more workers by assigning some to the "love house"

Once you've completed the first structure of the pyramid, you'll have to hurry, and complete the cover of the wonder in half of the time!

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This game is a complete technical demo, but will differ from the final version. This version is ABSOLUTELY non commercial.

The in-game text is in Spanish.

4FreaksFiction. 2016.

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Comments

Alkrimil says ...
Aug 30, 2016 @ 7:51am

A bit hard to grasp the controls but would be interesting to see it pushed further! Sadly the instructions were all in spanish, but still great. Keep up the good work!

InfiniteGames says ...
Sep 10, 2016 @ 10:32am

Cool idea you jokers XD Nice concept

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