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Offline Dead Princess

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« Posted 2014-10-03 11:02:21 »

360Runner is a runner game with different mechanics than the usual seen.
You are going through many structures that have different outputs. You are in the middle of these structures so the only outputs that affect your character are the one looking directly at you.
You have to controls, rotate to the left and rotate to the right, use these to rotate the outputs of the structures to get the ones you desire and avoid the ones that will hurt you.
White output - Does nothing
Green output - Increases your velocity
Blue output - Decreases your velocity
Red output - Kills you
You start with a very slow speed but as you stack up boosts from the green outputs you can manage to get very high speeds.
Manage to get the highest scores and the highest speed possible and master the simple but complex mechanics of this game.

This game was a small side project that I made while also working on my "main" project which aims to be much more complex (and already is but it's still in the works).
The game as it stands is the core mechanic and a simple score screen and a menu.
If you would like to play it I would really appreciate it, please read the instructions before you go in just to avoid any confusion and then tell me if you like it.
After judging the game as it is please also judge the main mechanic itself (rotating the blocks) and tell me if you would enjoy a game that used that same mechanic but with different game modes, more "outputs" (colors on the sides), and just more variety (Making it a full game).

Thank you for your time and consideration.
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