Good work, for a start. There are collision bugs and sometimes the dogs don't turn around to the bone. While it is a start, I have to say that it is a little "Meh" overall. The music is terrible. Why didn't you add an option to mute it?
A downloadable game for Windows and macOS
This game was made for the Mattabulous Weekly game jam #1, with the theme "domestic animals rule the world" (and with the Weekly Game Jam 106's theme- "Oh No" - in mind). I mainly worked on it in the last two days and I didn't have enough time to implement all my plans nor polish it, and I intend on doing so after the jam.
The game also references the book "Animal Farm" by George Orwell heavily so if you haven't read it (Read It! It's a good book) some of the story might not be clear to you.
'm' - mute music
Left arrow/'a' - move left
Right arrow/'d' - move right
Up arrow/'w'/space - jump (hold for long jump)
Left mouse button - throw a bone in the direction of the mouse.
Story: (Also integrated in the game)
Some jerk read "Animal Farm" to his pigs and they decided to start a revolution. They conquered the world and pushed humans into the dark. You were sent by the humans, in a costume of some kind of animal, in order to get close to the ruling pig and kill him.
Programming - Nitai99
Graphics - Dog by sararoom(Depositphotos), wheat inspired by Minecraft, character inspired by pixelatedcowboy and PixelArtMaker, pig by 0justTuggi0, bone by pixelcrafts, Stalin inspired by PixelArtMaker. All other art is by Nitai99.
Audio - Landing sound by Mental Sanity Off. All other audio is by Nitai99.
Processing, GIMP, Audacity, Bfxr, Bosca Ceoil.
Download and unzip the file. Then double click the executable inside the folder. If you're on windows you will get a message requesting you to download the JDK - Java Development Kit. Download it (it will take about two minutes) and run the executable. Done!
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Very crude and also a little buggy sometimes but that's a start. The character art is funny and the story is nice. Throwing the bone is sometimes really satisfying. And thanks for including macOS files.