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"omelette" is ready to play!


Better late than never, the "omelette" mini-game I announced in my previous post is finally complete.

While humble and simple, the game turned out nice and I am very satisfied about it. I might work on it more in the future, but I consider it complete and playable as it already is.

Controls are pretty simple, move with arrow keys and shoot by clicking. The enemies come one after another and get progressively harder to beat. My friends and I have enjoyed playing this game and I hope you will enjoy it too.


Downloads:


Download & play, for Windows
ZIP file - download, extract and run omelette.exe
3 MB




Download source file
ZIP file - Game Maker 8.0 file, and required files
2 MB






Screenshots:







Thanks for trying out Omelette. Hopefully I will come up with a new project soon.

-Kostas V

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