Landfill

Landfill

Gather trash, earn cash, upgrade your robot! WIN! With three MASSIVE randomly generating maps, only getting bigger with each level we hope you can reach the last one! Collecting trash is the most fun thing you could do! Simply use the arrow keys, who needs other buttons? With more upgrades than a college football team, this game is packaged with more AWESOME than a randomly generating metaphor! We were trying to think of something that combines all the themes, Urban was an easy one; set it in a city. Organization and tasks, and Robots, that kind of stumped us. Prior to the announcement of the themes we were praying for anything but Organization, so to see that was putting a brick wall in our way. First we thought "Lets do a giant robot you have to assemble like a puzzle." That idea (which was FLowe's) was shot down faster than Red 2 attacking the death star. We then thought "Okay it's gotta be urban, how about...
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Deadbolt

Deadbolt

Deadbolt is a top down Fast paced Action Space Shooter where you play as a Resistance fighter trying to overthrow your Machine Overlords. In the Game you can make use of your Ship's CPU to trigger abilities like Healing or viruses like the Enemy Weapon Hack.  But as you play the enemy is also trying to hack your ship and you must decide if you will spend CPU to reduce their progress or if you will try to live with the negative effects of successful enemy hacks.The Game was made for Fire Jam 3 and all Art and Code involved in the project was made by myself barring the Font and Game Sounds used.  Credit can be found in the Menu In-game.How To Play:Use the WSAD or arrows keys to move around the screen.Press or Hold the Left Mouse Button to FireUse the number keys 1 through 4 to trigger abilitiesAbilities cost varying amounts of Ship CPU to trigger. Killing...
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Constellations

Constellations

 Constellations is a game concept/prototype in which the player searches the sky for constellations. It was made for the second Fire Jam with the theme “space” in mind. The player starts in a small room with nothing but a bulletin board, a journal and a telescope. To play the game the player must interact with the telescope, using the E key, and then search the sky full of stars for certain constellations. After finding a constellation, it can be researched by repeatedly tapping space. Upon researching a constellation, the bulletin board will update to reflect the players progress. Constellations already researched can be found in the journal. In the journal the player can see a picture of and the coordinates of the different constellations. To win the game, simply find all the constellations outlined on the bulletin board. This is merely a prototype. The idea may be updated or worked on in the future, but more than likely will be scrapped. The games source...
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