You are an officer responsible for deploying the experimental Skippingstone missile against the cities of your nation's enemies. This unusual missile has no targeting system, but can be guided by magnetic towers toward its target. Click and drag to move the towers, then press space to launch them. For reasons known only to your superiors, the enemy cannot prevent you from moving the towers at will. And, due to a very aggressive weapons manufacturing deal, you can use as many missiles as you want.
Mac and Windows executables included!
This is a first-person dungeon game. Navigate the maze using the Up key to move forward, and the Left and Right keys to turn. Your compass needle points toward north. As you approach the location of the fissure, the needle will waver. The closer you get, the more the needle will swing. When you are on top of the fissure, the needle will behave strangely. Then, press Enter to open the fissure.
This game is heavily based on an old freeware Mac game called Gravity Ball, by Aaron Davidson. Most of the visual and sound design is cribbed from that game, although the individual assets were collected by me.
The ball is repelled by the mouse. Keep it within the marked circle to beat the level!