Euclid Geomorph - my game for Ludum Dare 35

Posted by Martin Vilcans on 18 April 2016

Meet Euclid Geomorph, an ordinary geometric figure trying to get by in a stressful world. Some say he is square. Other know his rounded personality (he is an excellent jumper). Few know that he can be sharp and destructive. In this mood, he can smash and destroy anything not made of metal.

I made this game for the Ludum Dare 35 competition: Euclid Geomorph.

The rules of Ludum Dare is that you have 48 hours to create a game on a given theme. This time the theme was "Shapeshift", so I made a game where the shape of the player morphs between circle, square, and a star which have different characteristics.

See the competition page to download, play and read the comments and results.

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