A short exploration game. Takes some 2 to 5 minutes to finish, so, it' s extremely short. You can walk around with the arrow keys. It was made with Game Maker in one day.
It's basically the beginning of a Metroidvania game about retrieving tacos. I didn't come further than that... but has a proper ending, promise!
Can you help Jeremy find the Great Pumpkin and bring peace to Halloween Land?
Jump around and get upgrades to your movement.
Press Up or A to Jump,
hold for a longer jump,
also you can double jump.
Press Left Right to Move
and Press S to shoot to destroy cracked blocks when you have the red power.
You took too much [DRUG] and missed the shuttle launch. Or maybe you're too early? It's really hard to tell. Maybe you shouldn't have taken all of that [DRUG].
Meander about the valley with [WASD]
Observe the perfect harmony of the world with [MOUSE]
Contemplate the meaning of existence with [ENTER]
Download standalone win/mac here for full screen experience
or play sad tiny shrimpy web embed version above
This game is horrible, and has some really uninspired mazes. Enjoy.
Control a Martian Exploration Rover to discover traces of water, maybe even life on Mars!
Arrows/WASD move the Rover. Shadows deplete solar power faster, recharge in sunlight.
Watch out for the sandstorm as dust slowly covers the Rover's image sensors!
A snake game where you control a cow eating mushrooms. The more you eat, the more stoned you become and the less sense the world makes. KNOW YOUR LIMITS. Use arrow keys to move about
"a zelda-esque dungeon crawler, but you only have one hit point, various weapons are hidden to ease the difficulty".
I've never played Zelda so I hope it fits okay.
Also I spent way longer than I meant to which is why I ran out of time to give it a name.
edit (22/02): fixed bug where you could pick up items from the previous room you were in for one frame! also added a small visual effect to help with the problem Noyb had.
edit: (04/03): Mac version thanks to mcc http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?ocuskselpxwes7a