MiniLD #67

Theme: Classic Mash Remix – hosted by bitslap – May 2016

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by Steven Miller - MiniLD 67 Entry

Created by Steven Miller for miniLD #67: Classic Mash Remix

Solve puzzles, avoid enemies, and get to the goal in this turn-based Snake remix.

Features:
20 levels over 5 stages, each with a new mechanic
Controller support
Various enemies and traps
Some audio
A save system to store your settings and progress
A level select screen so you can play any level you want

Tools Used:
GameMaker: Studio
Bosca Ceoil
Audacity

Downloads and Links


Comments

JoshDBB says ...
May 29, 2016 @ 11:00pm

I get: "404: Not Found!"

Steven Miller says ...
May 29, 2016 @ 11:36pm

It works now, I was just editing some settings.

LiquidAsh says ...
May 31, 2016 @ 2:59pm

Great job, I LOVE this game... my favorite that I've played from miniLD67 so far. Thanks!

May 31, 2016 @ 3:15pm

Fantastic! I really love the sprites and mechanics, looks very polished! The puzzles are interesting and challenging too, definitely one of the best entries here.

Can I ask what did you use to make this?

Steven Miller says ...
May 31, 2016 @ 5:40pm

I used GameMaker: Studio for programming and art, Bosca Ceoil for music, and Audacity for sounds.

McMutton says ...
Jun 1, 2016 @ 3:39pm

Well done. Quite a lot content and good puzzles.
Only one thing I would change:
When the tutorial screens open you shouldn't be able to move or alternatively the movement should cancel the screen as well.

Wan says ...
Jun 3, 2016 @ 2:09pm

Impressive... The amount of content here is humbling, and for what I've seen each level and new mechanic was interesting in its own way, not bad at all!

The gameplay is solid and the graphics are pretty good ; on the downside the music felt a bit inappropriate... and soporific :P Plus I would have liked to be able to hold keys to move - on my controller especially it felt a bit frustrating to play.

If I were to nitpick I would also point out how the difficulty progression doesn't feel completely balanced, but given the amount of content you have it's understandable. The puzzles are really good and got me a couple "oh, that was clever" moments. A great entry!

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