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I'm sure you could wrap it up using NW.js.

Great question that needs an answer.

Hello, my name is Chris. I truly hope you enjoy my game :)

A classic tower defense game that is simple to learn but challenging. It's a game you can keep playing to unlock new towers and tools that will get you closer to the boss each play through. The game gives you a small amount of money each wave, but to beat the game you will need manage your money flow. There are several nuances to the strategy for you to uncover as you play. If you love classic tower defenses or strategy games in general, this game is for you.

  • Utilize traps and explosives to survive in the heat of the moment
  • Build mining drills to excavate minerals to improve your economy
  • Unlock powerful rewards that completely alter how you play
  • Enjoy retro 1-bit (ish) visuals and a chiptune soundtrack

BUY NOW: https://fib.itch.io/whitevale-defender

Hello,

I'm Christopher, the creator of Whitevale Defender. I just want to give a big thank you to everyone who purchased the game. I sincerely hope you get some enjoyment out of it, whether you play it just for 20 minutes, or play it for 20 hours.

If you're a parent, like myself, don't forget to let your kids play Whitevale Defender too! Don't worry, there's no vulgar language, no references to drugs/alcohol, no sexual themes, and no blood/gore, very family friendly. I also believe that I designed the game to be easy to learn, which is perfect for a younger person. But don't worry, to beat the game is still very challenging.

Now go enjoy yourself!

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Cool. Thanks for the clarification!

These fonts are awesome. I'm considering purchasing them.... but I'm not 100% sure on the style of my next game so I'm not sure if any of these are a fit. But they look really well made! I'm especially interested in pixel fonts with good kerning (non-mono).

I noticed in your preview image, you show monospaced and non-mono versions. Does that mean there are 2 separate versions of each font? One version that is monospaced and another that has kerning data?

I'm thinking about purchasing these fonts, but I'd rather have a font with good kerning (non-mono) over monospaced.

Thanks!

Hi Ham,

I was looking for a game jam to do and I may have some free time this weekend. Just so I can create the game just for you as a birthday present, I need to know how old you are going to be. So, how old will you be on your birthday?