Made for klik of the month 91
I had to work yesterday, so I did it today instead.
This is a game about missing the point.
This is a minimally interactive randomly generated narrative experience. It's slightly inspired by old first-person role-playing games. It's also kind of dumb. I think you need java installed to play it. Enjoy!
This game is horrible, and has some really uninspired mazes. Enjoy.
I MADE A GAME ON MY NEW LAPTOP and it's stupid.
Press Z to shoot when you collect 1 or more wizards.
Guaranteed to be the WORST game you play today.
You take on the role of a poor cat who has been thrust into the world of gravity, falling to his possible death unless YOU, the intrepid player, is able to take control and make him land on his feet!
With random height and rotation! It's a moderately new experience every time!
Use your arrow keys left and right to rotate the cat. Watch out, he trembles! He's scared!
Press space to restart, and escape to quit.
Planned for this to be bigger and better by about 4-6 hours of work, but had some problems with Unity mostly caused by being an idiot and lacking sleep :) Oh wells! Playable at least.
Metafictional game. Crazy stuff man.
Use the left and right arrow keys to move the character left and right respectively. Within the textbased portions of the game, when shown (y/n), press the y key (standing for yes) and n key (standing for no) to answer to the questions posed.
Music by Kevin McLeod; www.incompetech.com
Constancy Part Two.mp3
Trio for Piano, Cello, and Clarinet.mp3
So if we're submitting Knytt Stories to the Kart, we should probably have our own tutorial, right? I mean, sure, there's a perfectly fine one bundled with the game itself, but that one doesn't really gibe with Glorious Trainwrecks ethos, right? This is what SoftSoft was thinking when it made this level.
Note that SoftSoft is not allowed to touch Knytt Stories anymore.
First trainwreck I made within Linux. Not 100% sure if I broke the Windows side of things. Please use the multicore-fix-win.bat if you're on Windows, or multicore-fix-lin.sh if you're on Linux (expects you to have wine and taskset installed).
I had to leave early, so this game is a bit unfinished, but what's there is there.
Also, the sounds I included in here will probably drive you up a wall.