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

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Amish Paradise

by moisesjbc - Jam Entry

# Amish Paradise

Defend Amish planet from outter-space technology... with ancient technology!

# Gameplay

Protect the planet from outter-space dangers by rotating your spaceship around the planet and shooting menaces down. Amish planet will also defend itself by shooting rocks, cows... and even people.

# Controls

Left and right arrows: rotate around the planet.
Space: shoot!

# Developed for LDGC36 (Ludum Dare Gran Canaria 36)

Patricio Romero - Art
Ricardo López Toledo - Programming
Moisés J. Bonilla Caraballo - Programming

# Third-party work

- Sounds and music have been downloaded from and other free sources.
- Skybox taken from package "Skybox Volume 2 (Nebula)":!/content/3392

Downloads and Links


Aug 30, 2016 @ 10:56pm

interesting concept. wish there was more to it than spinning aimlessly

xesenix says ...
Sep 19, 2016 @ 11:09pm

Nice graphics and sounds. But this game totally lacks game play. For game being game not visualization you need some rules for example lose condition. Then you need some control over it i had problem to notice that there is something that i can control even after i have noticed that did not make any difference. When you add some game play you will have to make some balancing because everything is flying from every side and you can now only spin and hope to hit something (there should be some space for decision making).

moisesjbc says ...
Sep 21, 2016 @ 8:45pm

Thanks for the feedback catchthefloaty and xesenix. Yes, we wanted to add some more gameplay but we run out of time ^^U. Thanks for playing!

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