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A jam submission

Total RampageView game page

Collect power-ups and shoot enemies in this retro 2D arcade shooter
Submitted by Spectris Games — 1 day, 20 minutes before the deadline
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Results

CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Graphics/Animation#302.6702.800
Music/Sound#322.4792.600
Overall#372.3462.460
Fun/Design#382.2882.400
Theme/Limitation#422.3842.500
Technical Implementation#431.9072.000

Ranked from 10 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

Enter "YES" in the box to certify that all members of the team are at least 13 years of age
YES

How many people were on your team?
1

What elements of the game did you NOT create? (No need to mention engine, OS, etc.)
Art and Music

Would you consider your team Professionals, Hobbyists, or New?
Hobbyist. I started less than a year ago

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Comments

(+1)

Really fun little game!

I noticed that the enemies can kill each other so it can be easy to hide somewhere in the corner and get the score :D

I liked the increasing difficulty and the powerups!

Developer

Thanks for the kind words! I'm glad that someone found out that enemies could shoot each other!

Submitted(+1)

I thought this was a really fun little fast paced shooter (I hit a 54 kill streak before one of the black armoured goons got me).  The only thing that surprised me was the fact that the powerups on the floor stopped the projectiles so should probably not be in a collision mask that the projectiles are looking at, and occassionally an enemy would shoot me with projectiles being fired out of their back!  Maybe that will teach me for trying to be all sneaky :-)


Great little jam game  - nice work.  The pacing of the game was excellent.

Developer(+1)

I'm so glad you enjoyed the game! I had to have power-ups block shots due to an issue that occurred with items overlapping power-ups, and I'm not exactly sure why enemies shoot projectiles from behind. (bent gun barrels, perhaps?)