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    [Wall Girl] Testers wanted for experimental superweapon

    Posted by
    April 19th, 2009 12:37 am

    The above screenshot says it all. I wanted to have more enemies and bullets on screen for the picture, but they were gone before I could take it *grin* All the player’s abilities are now complete – after this I’ll be doing the level design.

    http://haitaka.googlepages.com/WallGirlAlpha3.zip

    Please test if you have the time and energy. I really do appreciate the feedback.

    The controls are: any key to begin, then arrow keys to move, Z for firebolts, X for laser, Z+X for missiles. When the wall is up and running, C launches the super attack (which consumes the wall). When the wall is not up and running, C will expend one bomb to summon it. You have 3 bombs.

    The circles that make up the wall will absorb same-coloured enemy bullets. If you move into the circle and shoot, it will reappear (after a brief period) as the colour of the shot you used.

    Enemies who hit the wall are immediately killed, but the circle they hit will be pushed back towards you! If the circle is pushed back too far, there is a chance that it will disappear. After three circles are gone, the entire wall disintegrates. This is a good time to use the superweapon (before it disintegrates, that is).

    Esc exits the game when you’re done (sorry, it still doesn’t return to title screen).

    For troubleshooting, etc., please see my previous entry:

    http://www.ludumdare.com/compo/2009/04/18/wall-girl-all-player-weapons-complete/

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