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

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Pirates of the Colosseum

by blaclegi - Competition Entry

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Pirates of the Colosseum
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There is no way in game to free the mouse.
On windows, use the windows key.
And I don't know about mac and linux.
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LARGE NOTE, IN LARGE FONT!!!
- This 'game' is not finished. In fact it is not near finished.

The concept for the game was to sail around fighting (using, you guessed it, ancient technologys that we no longer know existed)
in a roman arena filled with water, filled, obviously, by ancient technologys.


Although, this was not a futile exersise.
I learn't a lot about openGL and game dev in general.
This is also one of my first (solo) times developing a 3D game.

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Game
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Upon loading press enter/return when you are ready to start.

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CONTROLS
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L - lock camera in position,
Mouse - look arond,
W/S/A/D - move camera,
Shift - move camera down
Space - move camera up
Up arrow - move boat forward
Left/Right arrow - rotate boat
Q - Fire cannon

And yes I agree, the arena should have been bigger.

Downloads and Links


Comments

vmunhoz says ...
Aug 29, 2016 @ 2:52am

Nice idea, I would like to know how the gameplay would be. The theme of the colosseum is great.

WERT Studio says ...
Sep 13, 2016 @ 2:07pm

Can´t start it, i am sorry

blaclegi says ...
Sep 16, 2016 @ 7:00pm

@WERT Studio Does it give an error message? Anything more specific?

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