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    MiniLD 14

    Mini LD #14, hosted by Terry. November 13th-15th 2009.

    Theme: Comedy and Tragedy

    See Announcement Posting here: http://www.ludumdare.com/compo/2009/11/12/mini-ld-14-go/

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    Delusional - Sophie Houlden - Competition Entry

    Models and Textures: LoganvSteenderen (ArabFlak)
    Code and Animation: Sophie Houlden (GirlFlash)

    features world flipping, lazahs and both evil bunnies and uuber cute bunnies.

    View Sophie Houlden's journal. | View all entries by Sophie Houlden

    Ratings

    #6Graphics3.60
    #7Coolness0%
    #9Theme2.20
    #10Overall2.20

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    Comments (archive)

    Jordan Magnuson says ...

    Impressive visuals for a 48 hour game... I wish I could code in Unity! I found the game to be a nice soothing experience to play :)

    vede says ...

    Most of the challenge seemed to be figuring out just what was going on. At first I though I was supposed to, like, swing the ball around like a flail and hit stuff, but that got me nowhere. Eventually I figured out I had to pull it to me and use it like a gun, and after that, I could have played with my eyes closed.

    chuchino says ...

    The controls were really confusing at first. After I figured them out it was kinda fun but the difficulty progression seems a bit weird. It just throws more enemies at you but it doesn't make the enemies move faster or make them harder to defeat or anything, so you're basically doing the same actions at 20 meters as you are at 200 except slightly more often.


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