The townsfolk have been kidnapped by a band of Orcs and taken to a nearby dungeon! Delve deep into their stronghold and rescue them!

WASD to move, mouse click to attack. 

This game is part of a collab project where four YouTube developers each created a game using the same art assets. If you want to learn practical developer skills that were used to make this game then go to YouTube.com/GameEndeavor

Source: https://github.com/GameEndeavor/CollabJam

Art: https://0x72.itch.io/16x16-dungeon-tileset

Music: We Persist - Trevor Lentz https://opengameart.org/content/we-persist

Comments

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I SAW THE VIDEO

Hi, I'm 14 and a aspiring indie game developer. Is there any chance you could make the player controller and attack mechanics in Unity2d? Thank you.

Love your game, keep it up!

I don't develop in Unity, so I wouldn't know the method for doing that. :)

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I believe I can help you, contact me on discord.  Alexander#4377

Hi, I'm working on it right now, I will contact you if I need any help. Thanks!

How did you make the attack? I'm currently trying to make my own game with a similar attacking system and I'd like to get some help

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Howdy. :) I placed a node on the character, used sin and cos to spin it around towards the mouse, then tweened the weapon away from the hand on the x axis when clicked. If you're familiar with Godot then I added a link to source in the description if you want to browse through it. What you'd want to see would be in Weapon.gd and Sword.gd

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This is epic

Thank you. :) If you like this then I highly recommend a game I did for Kindred Jam recently that was inspired from this but with a bit more time invested and imo better combat system.

https://game-endeavor.itch.io/kindred-jam-2

it looks so cool.

Thank you. :)

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I don't think this was supposed to happen haha (http://prntscr.com/o4jdjc).

Love your tutorials <3

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Hahaha! I knew that was bound to happen. The side collisions are done manually on a separate layer since there's no tile for them. Thanks for pointing it out to me.

Thanks for watching the tutorials! <3

I really liked the way he attacked! This was very fun and the art style and music fit together perfectly :D

I don't know if you've heard of Game Development World Championship before (gdwc2019) but it's a competition for indie game developers where they can submit their games and it's free! It's great if you want some more visibility for the game and it only takes a couple of minutes to join :)