A downloadable game for Windows
Parasites know that the best place to infect people is at underground raves.
Don't kill (hang) the DJ or the obliviously high dancing civilians.... unless you have to.
We made this for Global Game Jam - Simply, we wanted to experiment with 3d in gamemaker.
The song Transmission is by Joy Division (and we don't own the rights) and released by Factory.
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we might... Ooohhh hooow we might! We might so much that maybe we will! But with so much will and so much might we could get crushed under our own weight. We wouldn't want that. No. Not that. But we might!
ЗАБАВНАЯ ИГРА! СПАСИБО ;) И МУЗЫКАЛЬНОЕ СОПРОВОЖДЕНИЕ СУПЕР :)
Doom like is right! Reminds me a bit of my childhood with games like doom, and duke nuke em! The rave music is un-nerveing i'm sure it's suppose to be that way to set the tone. The parasites are creepy they gave me the jitters. The only thing to nit pick about this is the controls. Movement is weird and, you literally have to akward turn to do anything. I shoot one of the civilians on purpose at the end because he didn't turn off the rave music!
yeah we were messing around a bunch with the controls trying to just make it fast and kind of wild. We changed the field of view which affected the sensitivity of looking left and right. I'd say it's a bit too sensitive now (and has no acceleration on it) but it somewhat adds to the strangeness of the whole thing. :P
Glad you liked it tho. If we ever make another doom-like, and spend more than 2 days on it, we'll make the controls super tight.
Loved the game, great style to it, i had quite a few goes at completing it. I hope you don't mind i did a Lets Play of it along with some other gems from Itch
no not at all that's awesome! Glad you enjoyed it!
I've just had a quick play and this game is awesome. It even has transmission by Joy Division playing as the background audio track (I didn't read the description before playing, I never do lol) in it although I'm a little worried about doing a video due to copyright violation.
Shall I do a video and swap the audio track for you guys or shall I ask Peter Hook (he is in my twitter friends list) what he thinks although I suspect that the track is most likely owned by factory records.
Best off replacing the music. Even if the creator of the music is fine with you using it, the right's holders usually don't bother - and you'll get automatically content ID's on Youtube, or VOD muted on Twitch,
I thought so as well.
Thanks for getting back to me and good luck.
but how do you replace the music? (the in game Music)
hey! that's a good question. Never thought about it. I saw someone gave you an answer, I guess that's the best way to go about it.
(thanks, happy you enjoyed it)