Made in 77 hours and 49minutes for LOWREZJAM 2020.
The game is limited to a resolution of 64x64 as per the rules.
There was no theme but I went with some of the suggested ones like:
You Are The Weapon - "professional" gun user.
Infiltration - your mission is to infiltrate a castle.
You Are Terrifying - press "C" when the bar fills up.
Since this might become my new side project I thought I might post a thread here as well.
Timelapse + Gameplay:
I always try to create a game during a jam like this without looking anything up on the internet or anything like that and I almost managed to do it.
I unfortunately had to look up two things from my own previous code after attempting them for hours, these were:
1. Smoothing out the collisions, I made some mistakes here and they're still far from perfect even after looking at my old code a bit.
2. I forgot a small part of projecting shadows (a simple one liner) so I had to go look at my old code for this as well.
I also used my own mastering preset for the music / sound effects but all melodies and sound effects were created during the jam as well as all graphics.
Overall, the game turned out better than expected.
Feel free to leave any feedback!
This is a fairly standard old school Doom / Quake style shooter where you play as an agent on a mission to infiltrate the enemy castle.
5 Levels + 1 bonus developer testing level.
6 Weapons. (one is shared with another)
5 Enemy types.
A bunch of different items. (ammo, armor, health, powerups, keys)
In-game stats like kills, items, time spent in level.
WASD = Move.
Mouse = Look around.
Left Mouse Button = Shoot.
Right Mouse Button = Zoom.
Space = Jump.
E = Use.
C = "Special Power".
1-5 = Change Weapon
If you get stuck you can enable / disable god mode (invulnerability) by pressing "Home".
Notes on Linux:
The Linux version currently has all shaders disabled so it will not look the same as on windows.
It also has some mouse movement issues, at least using the touchpad on my laptop.
Overall the native Linux version is relatively untested (I basically just confirmed it runs), so it may be better to just run the Windows version with Wine or something.
(not tested but should probably work)