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

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Egyptian sniper

by PnDAA - Jam Entry

Play with mouse and keyboard.

Dont force you to be nice if you comment, I prefer contructive criticism than "great game, luv it lol! ^^".

If you succeed in hard, congratulation.

Thanks for playing!

(you have to type the patern corresponding to the targetted mommy: "AA" for the first mommies, AIM then click)

FIX: fix a bug with font size = 0.

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Comments

SuperMsp10 says ...
Aug 31, 2016 @ 11:08pm

In the start cut-scene the walking animation was derpy, other than that it was well choreographed. Music was good. Sound effects were also good other than the n00b call-out which is not nice, lol jk. Directions were given at the right stages and they were also clear, which helps reduce player frustration.
Everything considered, very cool concept of adding typing and shooting together.

Junber says ...
Aug 31, 2016 @ 11:45pm

Nice concept. The art looks good on its own but doesnt always fit together. Still I really liked the effects in the start scene. Having to use the arrow keys to change difficulty in the menu seemed unintuitive because they werent used for anything else. I really disliked the voice-overs partly because they dont sound like a girl at all and partly because they got repetitive fast. I think something like this in general is too ambitious to pull of in a Ludum Dare. The game itself was still quite fun to play.
Verdict: great game, luv it lol! ^^

qikcik says ...
Sep 1, 2016 @ 5:37am

Cool game, good graphics and music , nice idea and funny

Casevse says ...
Sep 1, 2016 @ 9:36am

Interesting mechanic. The graphics are nice. Good work!

nardelli says ...
Sep 1, 2016 @ 11:38pm

Very good playability! The challenge is cool!! It comes difficult so fast :-O
I think you might like our game too. The input is different like yours :D

Congratulations and success!

CMangas says ...
Sep 2, 2016 @ 10:28am

Wow, the level of polish in this game is really good, given the amount of time it was developed on!

The mechanics are all very solid and I couldn't find any bug.

The concept of the game reminds me of the typing of the dead, which is a nice concept that is definitely not used enough. The amount of enemies gets unbearable really fast, even in filthy casual mode. I think the game would benefit having the difficulty come more from the mixture of different kinds of enemies, and less from the sheer amount of them.
The main character insulting the mummies is also a nice touch, gives the game some extra personality.

Very good job!

tedajax says ...
Sep 3, 2016 @ 5:48pm

Really good! Art looks great and there's a great amount of polish in general to the whole thing. The camera movements and everything are great. The keyboard + mouse mechanic is cool. With a mechanical keyboard it almost sounds like you're reloading the gun. Definitely get overwhelmed at a certain point but that's the fun of it. Really nice job!

BMacIntosh says ...
Sep 3, 2016 @ 8:03pm

Really polished - good job there! Was pretty hard but I beat normal on my second try. The text that said "Type something (AA for example)" was confusing because typing things other than the four approve combinations doesn't do anything. My friend suggested it maybe have been interesting to allow special shots by typing more letters (AAAA kills two mummies in a line or something).

Headmade says ...
Sep 6, 2016 @ 4:52am

Overall this is a solid entry. Nice art and sound, good amount of polish.

Personally I dislike the call outs like "noob" or "fuck you". They are too frequent and there are too few, so it get's old very fast.

Playing on normal I would have preferred more variety in enemy types. So instead of a horde of AA enemies I would have like to have fewer enemies but with different letter combos.

Sep 6, 2016 @ 2:16pm

this is really well made, from he shaking, animation, and sounds. you managed to add a lot in a short time! it really feels like a finished game.

sadly I'm not that good with this and the enemy numbers grow so fast, I didn't get far on normal.
sorry I don't really have better constructive criticism.. but that's a good sign right?

Daniel says ...
Sep 6, 2016 @ 9:45pm

Interesting game it reminds me of The Typing of The Dead, but easier and with a Egyptian style added to it.
The graphics are cool, although the animation on some bits were odd such as when the girl passed by, it appeared as if she was dancing, it was funny though.
Overall the game is great, so well done.

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