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A jam submission

Mega Creature Smash: Ultra Turbo VR EditionView game page

Punch through walls, windows, and floors in this over the top action game inspired by the classic arcade game Rampage.
Submitted by LabCoatStudios (@LabcoatGames) — 28 days, 45 minutes before the deadline
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Please rate this entry based on your overall enjoyment.#413.6673.667

Ranked from 3 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

What's the name of your experience?
Mega Creature Smash: Ultra Turbo VR Edition

Please describe your creation.
When we first started testing out the Leap Motion Controller we quickly found how cool it was just to move around objects, we took it a step further and made it so we could destroy buildings. We were inspired by giant monster movies and the classic arcade Rampage. How fun would it be to be those monsters smashing everything in front of them.

Our approach to all our games in terms of design is to keep it simple. You start the game and start smashing things with your hands... that's it, but if you really want to survive you have to pay attention to the damage you're taking and time left on each level. Our goal for this game is to create an experience that is simple, fun, and challenging.

Please be sure to give yourself enough room around you, there may or may not have been faces smacked during production.

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great game! I just played it in a crowded bar and accidentally punched someone in the head.



Much fun! Really plays to the strengths and weaknesses of the Leap controller.


This is really cool! I love the idea - I actually felt like a rampaging monster bent to destroy as much as possible. It was fun to discover the choppers floating over my shoulder and when I found out I could smash them I was really happy. It would be fun to see this on a larger scale; multiple buildings with a variety of stuff inside (include little NPCs) would be great.

Overall this was well imagined/executed. Good job.


Quite laggy. I would play this if I were frustrated ;p


This looks very fun. Unfortunately my laptop cannot handle it. I see it's also made for the headset variation, which I don't have.

Very unique concept. Wish I could play it!


looks fun :)