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Completed game for TAGjam 16 "They Are Coming For Us"

As described in a previous post about TAGjam16, JunkBytes.com has hosted November's TAGjam. I participated with a simple game as a non-compo entry.

The game is called "They Are Coming For Us". The game puts you in a zombie apocalypse, and you have to repair a boat and escape with the help of a few companions. You can play the game here.





The game was originally submitted without sound due to time constrains. The updated version has finally been uploaded and boasts sound as well as a few fixes and tweaks.

I have also created a timelapse video of the game development process. You can watch it here:




These weeks I have had limited time to work on gamedev, but I hope I will catch up and have a new game to show in the next months.

-Kostas

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