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Summary

Help Gnocchi the cat explore a tiny roguelike planet, fighting monsters and collecting powerups along the way. Try to advance as many worlds as possible! Feel free to leave a comment telling us how far you got!

Created in 72 hours for Ludum Dare 38 Jam. The theme was "A Small World".

Controls

  • Mouse:
    • Click on a face of the planet to jump there or to perform an action.
    • Click and drag the planet left and right to rotate.
  • Keyboard:
    • Rotate: Z X or < >
    • Front-Left Side Action: Left arrow or Up arrow
    • Front-Right Side Action: Down arrow or Right arrow
  • Touch
    • Tap on a face of the planet to jump there or to perform an action.
    • Swipe the planet left and right to rotate.

Credits

  • Vu Ha - Code
  • Rose Peng - Art
  • Johan Soriao - Music

Notes

  • v1.2.1
    • Post-Jam Additions:
      • Playable in mobile web browser (note: audio is not supported on mobile web browser)
  • v1.2.0
    • Bug fixes:
      • Fixed bug where player could sometimes initiate a move command in mid air causing the player to no longer be positioned correctly on a tile
      • Fixed bug where player's camera would be locked in rotate mode after double clicking extremely fast
      • Fixed bug where player could move onto the wrong side of a tile when clicking extremely fast at the start screen
  • v1.1.0
    • Bug fixes:
      • Fixed issue where player could move onto the portal spawn side as it was flipping causing the player to get destroyed inside the world
      • Fixed enemy damage scaling issue
      • Fixed player weapon and shield pick up bonus scaling issues
      • Fixed missing names of items and enemies
    • Post-Jam Additions:
      • Added keyboard controls

Comments

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Really cool! Would appritiate a lot if the devs once it's out on mobile could replay here Thanks! GREAT GAME

One of the best Ludum Dare 38 games I've played so far! I could go further but stopped at World 44. Amazing graphics and gameplay.