TALOX: Talox Aliens Lie On Xenons
TALOX: Talox Aliens Lie on Xenons!
It is the future! The space-faring micro-organisms from the planet Talox are moving to attack the peaceful world of Xenons. How many will you have to defend against? No one knows! There could be MILLIONS OF THEM!! Shoot them with your white-hot future-lasers to secure your planets freedom and the safety of single-celled kind!
One player controls the invading Talox forces, strategically placing them against the defending Xenonians. Up to four players assist in holding the defense of Xenon for as long as possible.
@josefnpat - VIM/TMUX @wespaugh - Notepad++
Help / Controls
Mouse: Point and click to place enemies. Clicking inside the bounds will randomly place enemies in valid locations. Keyboard: WASD to move. IJKL to shoot. Supported Controllers: Various. Left-stick to move, right-stick to shoot.
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|MereMonkey (Conor Bradley)||6||6||2||6||5||8||7||5||6||—|
|StephenRM (Stephen Meier)||3||7||5||4||3||6||6||3||5||—|
|DielMormac (Marcos Antônio Marcon)||6||5||6||6||1||5||6||5||5||Next time don't make an ONLY multiplayer game...|
|lindarthebard (Lindar Kelleigh Greenwood)||6||6||4||7||4||6||4||1||6||Controls were a little weird/sticky on keyboard. I wanted to hear the music, because it sounded pretty good, but the grating SFX from the gun was like 4x louder than anything else. Really interesting concept and I think this could be executed a lot better with a lot more time and playtesting.|
|lambinvoker (Justin Trotter )||4||6||4||7||1||4||4||1||4||Had to look up how to run a .love file (doesn't count against you, but instructions on that would have been nice). Simple dodge em shoot em. Without two or more players the game isn't much to look at. It would have been best to program in some levels to play against and include the multiplayer on the side. Sound is a plus. No story and no humor.|
|ziggidyzag22 (Donovan Violette)||6||4||5||8||5||6||6||5||6||—|
|tejon (Theodore Lief Gannon)||7||8||8||4||2||5||9||2||7||Amazing polish! Sparse and simple, but everything felt like it was exactly as intended -- except the menu screen, which was underdeveloped and buggy. But that's really the least important part. :)|
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