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

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Ancient Weapon Smith Technique

by WeirdMind - Jam Entry

Ancient Weapon Smith Technique

In this game, it's your task to run a small weapon forge.
You have to buy materials, accept orders from your customers and forge weapons to sell them or use them to complete the orders of your customers.

Will you master this ancient weapon smith technique to become the best smith you know?

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Controls:
The Game is totally controlled by mouse. Just click on the button you want and see what happens. :)

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This is already our third Ludum Dare Entry and it was again an very exhausting, sometimes frustrating, very enjoying and absolutely crazy weekend.

Nevermind the result, but we are really looking forward for every upcomming LudumDare and if we are able to participate, we will.

This time we created a small shop simulator with an very challenging minigame. It's kind of easy to learn, hard to master minigame and we hope you all will enjoy this.

Best wishes and happy gaming
Christian (@ChristianT1987) and
Christian (@key_user)


P.S.
Again, the Mac and Linux Version is not tested and we hope that we will not have the same graphic bugs like last time. :)

Downloads and Links


Comments

Vaiaphraim says ...
Sep 5, 2016 @ 10:38am

I absolutely love the concept of the game! You can select your materials to alter the properties of each weapon, but also need to think tactically for the actually smithing process - which is, in my opinion, the most challenging part of the game.

Daggers and shortswords are okay (even if the "special parts" follow different rules than the regular hammering), but damn... the spiked knuckles are really hard to complete.

The idea to make the metal flow into the right template form is amazing, I don't think I *ever* saw that in a smithing game!

Great job, you two!

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