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May 30, 2011 | 11:00 PM EDT

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Hello! :)

Nobody Home presents a small game finished in 2 days, where you control Mr. Volcano to cause havoc upon European airlines due to losing his wife in a tragic sec accident following the first ash cloud from a different volcano which happened to be Mr. Volcano's cousin.

It's an intense love story invoking anger, depression and most of all... affection - in the form of a shooter.

It's pretty cool and we're happy with what we managed to churn out with about 16 hours of work.

Controls-
Press space mofucka

Love,
Sam and Fraser

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NoLanLabsNoLanLabs

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars June 1, 2011

Really enjoyed it

This was a really creative game. It was fun and pretty funny, and the music you picked fit perfectly. Like everyone else, I thought it was too short, and I would really like to see a sequel. Keep up the great work.


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AshcroioumAshcroioum

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars May 31, 2011

Yeah Cool Game

It Is A Really Nice Game but it is Really Short it Would Be Nice If It Had Multiple Level with Upgrades



spikklespikkle

Rated 4 / 5 stars May 31, 2011

Fun!

I love how much humour you injected into this short little game, you guys clearly love what you're doing.

Just one little thing - sometimes after holding down the charge button for a very long time Mr. Volcano only managed to produce a tiny little plume =c

But then perhaps that's related to the tragic sex accident involving his wife, who knows.


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Sam responds:

Thanks for the review, spikkle.

It could be due to the tragic sex accident, or it might be that the power begins to go down once it's reach 100% ;)


xmorpherxmorpher

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars May 31, 2011

Cool, but...

The idea is cool, but something is missing...
After a couple of seconds i loose interest, needs something more,
maybe if you have limited ash or loose life if the "enemies" reach the other side? anyway,... you need something to make more challenging the game and keep the player interested. You have the basis, keep it up, Good luck!


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Sam responds:

We appreciate the review. We did brainstorm a couple of ideas to give it a higher replay value, but felt it wouldn't be fair with a system similar to life, because the "enemies" are randomly spawned (and hitting a UFO is more about luck than anything).

If we ever do something like this again, we'll give it an extra game mechanic to hopefully give more depth to the gameplay.

Thanks for the review.


coolevilcisecoolevilcise

Rated 4 / 5 stars May 31, 2011

Great

Very fun, to short


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