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Our game jam theme was "Ladybugs knocking over deadly butchers". We chose the obvious thing to do with that theme, so there's no need to explain it here.
Press Q to change quality, F to toggle fullscreen, and the rest of the instructions are in-game.
PS: The "red beams" are neurons. Cause your in his brain and stuff
Really nice and original arcade.
Effects and graphics were cool.
Music and SFX, awesome.
And the formation system is fucking original dudes.
But I miss power-ups and that stuffs guyz.
Keep working on this line :-)
First off, I just have to say you did a great job with this! I love nearly everything about it - the music, the art and most especially the retrotastic gameplay. My only complaints are these - it's too short, and it needs either weapon upgrades or bombs to temporarily clear the field of brain monsters. I was thinking that since you've color coded everything, maybe you could make it so red beats green, green beats blue, blue beats red. Also, I'd love to see more level and enemy variety, but that's not really a complaint :) Great job overall, and I look forward to more games like this one!
although gameplay was just a big repeat i couldnt help but love the formations stategy, keep working at it though
Slow and repetetive
After the 2nd boss I ended my run due to ridiculous boredom, good game but my god its mind numbing, you need to put in upgrades or at least speed up the process a little... very tedious.
Sorry but i really hated that annoying music dude, i had to turn off the speakers. I couldn stay for more than 5 minutes listenin to it.
Instead formations (i noticed some of them are useless) u could put some powerups like rapid fire or more damage.
Very easy game.
Next time spend more time detailing monsters and bosses.
Context? Context is for casuals.
Hexagon Puzzle Game
An old style, pixel-art noir adventure, inspired by classical point-and-click games.
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