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

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Ruins of Trololo

by Geck0 - Jam Entry

You are a guy who search treasures in ruins (yep, like Indiana, and you have a whip too.. A useless whip xd). This time you go into the Ruins of Trololol searching new stranger things, because this is a place with a stranger kind of ancient technology.

Controls:
WASD to move (arrows @ xbox)
Space to jump (A @ xbox)
E to use (B @ xbox)
Enter/mouse click to do whiplash (useless) and to continue. (X @ xbox)



Programming, design and modeling by Geck0.


Thanks for playing!


**New build uploaded in 64 and 32 bits trying to fix a compiler error.

Downloads and Links


Comments

Gordun says ...
Aug 31, 2016 @ 9:38am

Momentum is an overkill on the platforms, the rest of features are really good for a ludum dare

cubotrox_toni says ...
Aug 31, 2016 @ 10:22am

I was curious to try it, but I get the error 'Failed to open descriptor file' :(

ccglp says ...
Aug 31, 2016 @ 9:32pm

Looks good, but maybe more thinking on the jumping mechanic as well as the use of shadows would make the game a better game

Geck0 says ...
Aug 31, 2016 @ 10:02pm

THANKS for comments guys!

Yep, I know it needs some polish but I had no time :( (Enemies and traps were planned too)

@cubotrox_toni: That's an old error with the compiler in shipping mode.. I thought it was resolved :S I've uploaded 2 new builds (64 and 32 bits) trying to solve that. For now you are the only one with this error, sorry :(

Aaranos says ...
Sep 3, 2016 @ 11:58pm

Perspective for some of the jumps is the enemy more than the interaction choice. I'm not sure if the whip was to be used as a tool or a weapon. I didn't make it far into the game but if there are no multiple object interaction levels then pressing E to take it then Enter to leave is a bit redundant.

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