Ann: Boom! Boom! Driller!

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  1. Sol_HSA

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    Howdy.

    I made a game for the Assembly 2006 game design contest, available from:
    www.asshatdesigns.com

    screenshot

    The game is a 2d explosive drill-mining game in the feel of lemmings or worms. Kind of.

    As an additional twist, I decided to add a indie music soundtrack, and managed to sign on four bands, making this game (as far as I know anyway) the world's first freely distributable game with licensed music, and also such a game with the best soundtrack ever =)

    For more on my adventures in indieland, check my blog at http://iki.fi/sol/
     
  2. whisperstorm

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    Ok I have to say this game kicks all kinds of a## - I mean sand!

    This reminds me of that hell of sand java game.

    The music rocks and the gameplay is great!
    You should make a sequel with more kinds of traps, explosions, etc.

    Great game!
     
  3. ashburnham

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    Was putting in a thread search for something completely different (cheap public liability insurance) and found this.

    I know this is a bit old this thread (sorry to the bump haters out there :p ) but was really impressed with the game. Was just wondering if you found out if it was the "world's first freely distributable game with licensed music"?

    Either way, well done on a great little game with some top music.
     
    #3 ashburnham, Sep 5, 2008
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