4th February 2012 update:
Fixed an issue with loading and displaying the highscores.
2nd February 2012 update:
Version 1.2 has an online highscores table!
(previous update didn't work, and I never fixed it until now)
18th of December, 2010 Update:
1. Highscores are now online! (well, it will be, after the updated file is approved)
2. The words "sequel" and "much better" are muttered among the Wemag team. Hmm...
The game seems to behave weird since the last update, I don't know why. Here's the list of known bugs:
- Constant jumping.
- Enemies don't die.
- Menu elements stay on screen after starting the game.
- Unpredictable pause/play/restart of game.
- The laser kills you.
- Enemies stop arriving.
If you encounter any of the aforementioned problems, try closing the game and opening it again.
In this game you get a small arsenal of 4 essentially-different weapons. You use it to kill the enemies who flow to the arena. The more you kill - the more will come, and the higher will your pile arise.
== INSTRUCTIONS ==
Controls (listed ingame too):
Right & Left arrows to move.
Down arrows to drop down from the pile.
D/Space/Up Arrow to jump. S/Ctrl to shoot. A/Shift/Tab to switch ammo type.
M to mute all sounds. Q to cycle anti-aliasing qualities.
A few hints (you might not wanna read these):
>> Notice you should climb higher yourself in order to make the enemies go higher too, because they go after you, in all directions. If you stay on the ground the pile won't grow higher than a certain height.
>> The flamethrower is very effective: once you light someone up, he will run around and climb the pile higher and higher, infecting other enemies with the fire as well.
>> The big lazer gun affects not only the enemies: it will also suck normal ammo and health packs, as well as lazer ammo. It also affects you - try jumping in different timings when using this weapon.
This is NOT inspired by Body Ladder. I did not know about Body Ladder until Deadpile Rampage was in a late development stage. It's somewhat insulting that MoFunZone ignores this statement. In his site he wrote that Deadpile Rampage is inspired by their own Body Ladder, and he even bothered to leave a review here just to say this game is "clearly a rip off" of Body Ladder.