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Sep 7, 2012 | 5:56 PM EDT

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Use your roomba-like robot to blow the others apart in a game full of chaotic action, humor and a leveling-up robot!

Arrow keys move, WASD shoot (including all 8 directions). YOU CAN PRESS THE "i" KEY TO TURN INVINCIBLE but the cheat does NOT turn off until you refresh the page!

Note: This is my Ludum Dare 24 entry. For those who don’t know, that means it was made in 48 hours (okay, around 30 hours since I had to sleep and eat and stuff too) based on a theme that was announced the second the timer began.

Reviews


soulcailbersoulcailber

Rated 3 / 5 stars May 12, 2013

good need impovment game



321cool123321cool123

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 20, 2013

good but short.



djpokeboydjpokeboy

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 23, 2012

Awesome game, very good for the short time you had to make this.
The only annoyance i have, is that i'm used to using WASD to move and the arrows to move, so i kind of ran into enemies a lot of the time :P



DiscoLeprekawnDiscoLeprekawn

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars September 16, 2012

This game is pretty good for the time it was made in. The upgrades are clear, and have that rarely seen addition of having disadvantages with them. I personally would like to see more games that take that concept into account. The controls are solid and simple to use, with the "wasd" keys being a more than suitable replacement for the mouse for aiming. I felt it was an almost perfect length for the type of game that it is; It didn't become stale after playing it for a length of time. There was a nice degree of challenge until the point where all upgrades were maxed out, when the satisfaction of obliterating everything before you kicked in.

Some glaring, but not game-breaking issues I found in the game were the lack of audio and the hit detection on the Evolutionator. I understand the difficulty of creating a game in this time frame, but I do feel that the hit detection, at least, could have been a better fit onto the Evolutionator's model, as I found myself taking hits a number of times where the projectiles should have passed over me. A less apparent problem I had was the first appearance of the Evolve screen, the exit of which confused me for a short while.

Overall, a decent game with a couple of clear, but acceptable issues based on the time it was created in. Very nice work, I hope to see more work from you on here.



aaron2005aaron2005

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 11, 2012

I really liked it. But it´s too short. I want to see a second part^^


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CataclysmicKnight responds:

Thanks for saying so! It'll definitely be coming :)