Ludum Dare 23
April 20th-23rd 2012 :: 10 Year Anniversary! :: Theme: Tiny World
Immunity - umwgmc - Jam Entry
REQUIRES JAVA 5, BUT MAY REQUIRE JAVA 7 FOR SOME PLATFORMS.
You can get it at: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/index.html
If the loading screen hangs and the window cannot be closed, try downloading Java 1.7.
Made by the near-future 1UP Game Making Club of the University of Mary Washington. (oneup.umwblogs.org)
Updates to come eventually, some bugs, no tutorial.
Press keys 1-8 to change cell selection, click to place.
Amino acids (currency) shown in upper-left corner, costs of cells in green below them in the interface at the bottom.
In order of appearance, friendly cells work like this:
Neutrophils are slow-moving but effective as a buffer.
Macrophages are a little bit weaker, but a lot faster.
Monocytes heal all friendly units around them.
Dendrites generate free amino acids (currency) while they survive!
Basophils have tons of health but don't move or deal damage.
Lymphocytes inspire other cells to attack one target!
Natural Killers explode, dealing damage to everything around!
Killer T Cells fire projectiles at enemies!
Basically, try to keep the animal cells (the orange circles that start on the right) alive by keeping the bacteria, viruses, and parasites that enter from the left away from them. Hopefully, it isn't too difficult and also isn't too easy. Please give us your thoughts, and follow us at oneup.umwblogs.org.
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