cannot stop playing.
A downloadable game for Windows
Pre-release version. I will be grateful for the impressions and bug reports.
The main character is a dog with a turbo gun. He plays with his big Skull-Distortor.
The task: to collect 100 coins and not to die.
The more coins are collected - the higher the power of the Skull-Distortor.
* Movement: WASD
*Mouse to look
*Mouse buttons: jerks forward and backward
* Jump: Space bar
* OmicronPerson: graphics, code, sfx, music
* Korteh: fantom 2d arts, testing, testing, testing
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cannot stop playing.
It think this game has an AMAZING potential!!! fun af
ok there are some bugs i encountered like the game will lag when teleport me up into the air also sometimes it will lag and i will be looking in a completely different direction most of the time directly down which has made me die a lot but other then that it was a great game but maybe a tad to easy i beat it on my second try
gona try this out
Yo i love this game! Its unique and beautiful at the same time and i enjoy playing it for fun! I don't get upset about not getting all the coins and a few mins ago i died for the first time in the game and was happy with myself knowing what failure felt like..
I got so lucky at the start :P
Great game although its super fun really hard to finish it :D
i wih there we=as more than just collecting coins but it was still fun :D
I can't even describe what I felt, I was also kind of drained when I got to this game, it was weird, but a fun weird, I could see a game with this with objectives in mind.
This game was really interesting, it starts of easy but quickly becomes hard when there are enemies and massive holes in the ground! I also completely forgot how many coins I had to collect!
Really interesting idea and mechanics, but they don't quite feel right for the environment. The progressive destruction of the world is really cool, but there's a few times there the deaths felt a little cheap and incentivizing the player to explore the more convoluted sections would go a long way to helping the overall experience. Detailed feedback in the vid!