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Help guide a group of white blood cells through an endless, clotted artery of pain and despair! Yay!
1. Tap/Click to send a pulse to move your white blood cells
2. You regenerate cells over time.
3. Avoid blood clots.
Made for the Global Game Jam 13: "Sound of a Heartbeat".
Created using Craftyy: http://craftyy.com/
Keeping up with these cells is kinda tedious, but it looks good.
Well. This was...fun? Having to click, and click, and click to make sure the little bastards stay where you want them to is more obnoxious than having to listen to Republicans. And not really being able to see further ahead, without separating your group, makes things overly difficult.
So. Making the game constantly make your cells move (A.K.A. not having to mash your mouse button), and some way to extend your line of site would be nice.
happy to see more stuff from u :)
Unable to click "Play" in Chrome 24.0.1312.57 (Macbook Pro).
Good job making an HTML5 game!! It's nice to see some of those. The graphics are good, controls are easy (just clicking) and physics are good... As mentioned before, the white blood cells should not be the ones dying, doesn't matter a whole lot just kind of a distraction. It's really difficult to control more than 2 or 3 at the same time, but it's really annoying how closely zoomed in it is when you have that few.
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