Blow All Blocks Up! -BABU
The game is about defending earth from alien invaders, the evil Blockheads. They send robots which are building long lines of blocks from their spaceships towards earth.
You move around on your 80's 'space skateboard' and destroy these lines of blocks - or even the alien robots if you can catch them.
Please report problems if any occur.
Also please leave your thoughts about the game.
Thank you for playing! ^_^
HOW TO PLAY:
You can use WASD or Arrowkeys or Gamepad arrows (installed version) to move around. Each of your weapons is fired by one of your fire buttons. Same goes for menu.
DESTROY all BLOCKS on screen OR better the ROBOTS when you can get them.
Use BOMBS to kill lines of blocks above or robots out of reach.
WASD = Move
left ctrl = bomb
left shift = super bomb
GAMEFLOW / FEATURES:
* 3 weapons up to now: Spaceblaster, bombs and super-bombs
* 8-bit graphics and retro sounds
* Each level means successfully defending one continent or zone on earth or the solar system
* Progress is shown in mini-Map
* For each Level completed you will not start from the beginning but from last completed level after a defeat
* Input Highscore in Retro Arcade Style with arrows and fire button like in the good old times
* Keyboard or Gamepad (there are so many out there, no guarantee it works with your gamepad)
I am a Linux beginner. So I build a file but I did not manage to start it on my machine. I included the zip file of my build as a downloadable file but I have no clue if that thing will run on your machine.
Same as above, just worse: I do not even own a Mac so I have even less clues if it will work on your machine. I put up the download file as well but please use it on own risk.
Windows: Download the Setup executable and follow the instructions. It is a default installation process.
Linux: Download the archive and unzip. Only for experienced users, since I could not give any support as a Linux newbie.
Mac: Download the archive and unzip. Only for experienced users, since I could not give any support. I do not even own one. :(