Ludum Dare 33 — August 21st-24th, 2015 — Theme: You are the Monster

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Bikini Software

by Harrimaga - Jam Entry

We've made a game in which you play a man, who changes at night.
To progress in the game you need a ton of exp.

Farm the Dummies till at least lvl 11 before trying the bosses.

Click enter enough to win the game.

- Your normal and monster level are NOT the same. They are split up for reasons.

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LordKawaii says ...
Aug 25, 2015 @ 8:18pm

I was unable to run it. Had the error "RPGVXAce RTP is required to run this game"

yuigoto says ...
Sep 14, 2015 @ 10:27am

The game needs the RPG Maker VX Ace RTP, which isn't a good thing while distributing your game, package it with all the dependencies, so players won't have problems with it, ok?

I had to have VX Ace opened to properly run the game, but I could run it, so I'll say my opinion on what I could play.

Graphics are pretty much RPG Maker stock, so I'm not going to comment on it. It's nice you did a humorous voice-over with some meta-talk, the soundtrack is nice also.

The game, though, has an over simplistic mechanic that starts to drag a bit too much after some time. Just by clicking enter to level up both states of the main character is a bit much to do, even more for the monster state of the game.

After some time the game gets a bit tiring, so try to cut down some things, since this is a Jam game and most people won't want to play a game that drags a bit much, ok?;)

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