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    Ludum Dare 19

    December 17th-20th, 2010
    Theme: Discovery

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    Quick - Moops - Competition Entry

    Jump around and talk to dead snails.

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    ThatSnail says ...
    Dec 21, 2010 @ 7:42pm

    Don't really feel like getting the XNA to run this game, but what's that about dead snails?

    Endurion says ...
    Dec 22, 2010 @ 10:54am

    I do have at least one version of XNA installed but the installer started working and then refused. Mumbled something about an assembly that needs to be added to the GAC (ran setup under my local admin). Weird.

    dertom says ...
    Dec 24, 2010 @ 11:52pm

    Got it work by start the application-file! Actually I like the game and its mechanics! Ok, the cheese made me crazy (in a nice way ;D) Good job!

    arielsan says ...
    Dec 28, 2010 @ 9:00pm

    game didn't worked here, I think I have latest xna installed, however tried the installer but failed :(

    jolle says ...
    Jan 4, 2011 @ 11:31am

    Running Quick.application didn't work at first. Running setup.exe worked, only it seemed to auto-launch Quick.application once afterwards and that didn't work. Then when manually running Quick.application after setup.exe, it worked. Perhaps I just confused things.

    I played on until I disabled the cheesebounciness. Couldn't get anywhere after that. Was an OK game.

    Hazel says ...
    Jan 4, 2011 @ 2:56pm

    If you extract the Application Files folder then remove the .deploy extension from every file within it, you can run Quick.exe directly without installing the game, assuming you've already installed XNA.

    The platforming is in places quite well designed but the controls are a little "floaty", and collision with vertical walls while jumping seems incorrect at times.

    Moops says ...
    Jan 10, 2011 @ 6:54pm

    Thanks Hazel, I was looking for a way to not force the user to install the game to play it.

    Sorry to anyone having installation troubles, I know XNA can be a pain. Installing from the links in the readme may be of some help.

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