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    MiniLD 25

    MiniLD #25, hosted by MrDude

    Theme: The Worst Game I Have Ever Made

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    Etherniality - LegacyCrono - Competition Entry

    A simple procedurally generated Bullet Hell shoot-'em-up.
    Choose any file from your computer and get cracking.

    Move with arrow keys.
    Shoot with Shift key.
    If you get hit three times at the same spot, you die.

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    Dan C says ...
    Mar 14, 2011 @ 12:12am

    Love it!

    huhwhozat says ...
    Mar 14, 2011 @ 1:12am

    Awesome! The bullet patterns made me freak out a bit, hence good danmaku effect. I love the random element and the file based content. However, why isn't the content the same if I choose the same file each time? Also, you willing are you to share the source code? (PLEEEEEASE!!??)

    Mar 14, 2011 @ 2:05am

    What does it do with these files? I assume it is used to determine the properties of the game.

    Nuts says ...
    Mar 14, 2011 @ 3:16am

    in what language did u write it:?

    LegacyCrono says ...
    Mar 14, 2011 @ 9:41am

    @huhwhozat: My bad, I uploaded an older version... I've fixed that now, a file will now generate the same results every time. About the source code, maybe later, I still want to improve it ;)

    @ArmchairArmada: Yes. It's used to generate the character and enemies.

    @Nuts: I used Game Maker =)

    snowyowl says ...
    Mar 14, 2011 @ 2:05pm

    I played this on the Etherniality executable. Recursion!

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