In Fear Me! you play as a happy-go-lucky ghost who has recently breached the veil of the damned in pursuit of his favorite leaisure activity – scaring children. A sort of action-puzzle blend, check it out if you dig that sort of stuff.
Short disclaimer: I’ll be writing like I know everything about everything, but in fact I just have approximate knowledge of many things.
How it went:
After being rudely awoken somewhere in the early afternoon by a combination of my dogs yelping and my neighbours drill-and-hammer work, I came to the realisation that Ludum Dare was going strong for about 11 hours. After a couple of sobering slaps, cups of java and some sandwiches I was ready for some gamedev on PC action. It was time for…
Brainstorming! (1-2 hours)
I put some depressing music on – Steve von Till – and pulled out my notebook and pen. A list of wild ideas came torrenting from the weird places of my brain.
It includes a Through the eyes of a dictator – Painting Simulator where you’re a painter. But you’re also Hitler.