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    Circle conquest

    Posted by
    April 20th, 2008 5:15 pm

    Well, here I am. I don’t know if this game is minimalist enough, but here it is.

    It’s a tactic game in which you figth against the computer. Your objective is to destroy rival castle, or reach the enemy castle with your king.

    To train a soldier, just click the button. It costs 50 GOLD. With the mouse, you can select a soldier and his objective (he can move or attack other soldier). That grid in the floor means the terrain “conquered” by you and your opponent. The more terrain you conquest, the more gold you take per second.

    You can attack the castle directly with a soldier. Just move it to the doors of the enemy castle. But if you want to win quickly, you have to attack withyour king. To charge with the king costs 500 GOLD. He’s very slow, and if he is out of his castl, he’s vulnerable. If an enemy soldier kills him, you’ll lose.

    The game is made in Flash 8. This is my first participation in LD, and finally the time went against me, so the game don’t have menu and these details.

    Here is a screen:

    screenshot.jpg

    Play. 

    Download (.SWF and .FLA).

    I recommend to open it with the Flash Player, not with the Internet Browser, which is a lot of slower.

    Enjoy!

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    2 Responses to “Circle conquest”

    1. Selkie says:

      Cool!

      I hope you can get a good result in this competition.

      Bye!!

    2. Ridick says:

      Lo entendí todo tio!! jaja

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