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Bunker Down 2030

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Jun 15, 2014 | 4:53 PM EDT

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In the year 2030, rolling blackouts, telecommunication disruptions, and rumors of targeted viruses being released cause a rush on supermarkets and gun sales to skyrocket.
Preppers go underground….it’s time to….BUNKER DOWN!

Manage your resources, survive paranoia, breakdowns, and food shortages, and make prudent choices to survive in the BUNKER.

Will the world still be there when you emerge?

Controls: Supports Mouse and Touch

Created for the Construct 2 Game Jam “Future 2030”

UPDATE - Fixed Bug which caused additional deductions if clicking above the "Click To Continue" Button during a Choice Event.

UPDATE - Optimized for better performance on Safari and mobile.

RECOMMEND Chrome or Firefox



Rated 3 / 5 stars

i actually played the game until the ending to be extremely disappointed by the story.
still it was ok i guess.

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Rated 3 / 5 stars

Fun little game! At the beginning of a round, I felt like no matter what I picked I was punished severely. It's like it would take things away in addition to the choice penalty. Otherwise, I like it. As someone else said, you should keep going with it.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

easy but a smart made game that deserves to have a full pc game witch i think lots would like to have as i do and i get the point about making wmart choices

KoberGirl responds:

Thanks! I'm going to continue to work on the concept and add more depth. Thanks so much for the encouragement!


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

The concept is totally cool and I feel like the game looks complete. Were the events that took place predicated upon the amount of everything I had or was it random. If it wasn't random then I did really bad lol. I won on my first try. Hardly, but maybe the moral should be lowered so it's harder to beat your game. Other than figuring out the mechanics there would be no reason for me to play it again and again. Unless there was some type of high score system.

KoberGirl responds:

Thanks for the feedback. Aside from some randomness in the outcome for some of the choice questions, the rest is the same every time. I agree that more randomized events are needed for replay-ability. I'll think about a scoring system too.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

i only made it to day 29 i was so close