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Offline Tjstretchalot

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« Posted 2012-09-25 18:35:47 »



Hello, I made a fun little 2D shooter quick response game.  The levels start out quite easy - how to move - to near impossible.  Currently there are 9 complete levels and 10 tutorial levels, which are interspersed appropriately.  What I think to be an exciting / interesting part of the game is the level saving system which allows for hand crafting your own levels, and I purposely had it reload from file on hitting 'r', or dieing, for easier testing of levels. For more info on the level editing, go here.

An example level is below. This is level 2, just like the screenshot
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weapon bow
name = levels/level2.txt
writing = center 300 Level 2 - The Swarm
writing = right bottom -->

mob = 350 bottom swordplayer
mob = 400 bottom swordplayer
mob = 450 bottom swordplayer
mob = 500 bottom swordplayer
mob = 550 bottom swordplayer

next = levels/swordtutorial.txt


Besides that, here is the download link in huge letters.  Have fun, post if you beat it! I might add a death counter, but that might make even me angry.

[size=16pt]Download[/size][/b]
Offline Mads

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Exp: 6 years


One for all!


« Reply #1 - Posted 2012-10-23 17:40:08 »

I seemed to win the first level instantly. What am I supposed to do to progress? It takes a long time to kill just one of those men that fell, and I'm not going to watch those bars go down for 50 minutes  Tongue


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