[Steam Greenlight] Caverns of Bling!

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  1. Bahototh

    Bahototh New Member

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    Hi everybody!

    Here's the trailer for Caverns of Bling.


    This game was a sudden idea that we worked on in the spirit of a quick gamejam.
    We tried to limit the scope of the game to get more experience in game design.

    We're on Steam Greenlight. Votes and support are deeply appreciated!
    http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=551837894
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    In Caverns of Bling, you play the adventurer Edward Pickett.
    Your mission is to find valuable gems deep within the caverns and get out alive,
    all in glorious pixel style.

    You control Edward by moving in four directions (using the arrow or WASD keys),
    space bar shows the map and mining the gems is done simply by holding a key in
    the direction where you see the gems. Monsters are out to get you, so avoid them
    at alla cost.

    Should you find yourself in a sticky situation, your last resort is to place
    a stick of dynamite on a wall by pressing and holding a direction key along
    with the space bar. Dynamite only blows through walls, not monsters.

    The gem slots on the upper left hand corner shows you how many gems you need to find
    on the current level to open the exit stairs. The map will show the exit stairs in red
    if you have already seen it. When the necessary amount of gems have been found and mined,
    a sound jingle will alert you that the level can be exited via the stairs.

    + The game is also being polished for android as we speak.
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