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TRISHADE:Aduro

TRISHADE:Aduro Dream Clown

Game Status: Complete.
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Team Dream Clown
Robert Burns - Artist
Jordan Macklem - Programmer
Chris Towle - Programmer / Audio
Josh Lai - Artist


Description
Vertical Shooter / Puzzle Hybrid
Shoot enemies of the same colour to form a chain. Detonate chains to earn points. The bigger the chain the bigger the score bonus.

How to Play
Arrow Keys - Move
Spacebar - Shoot to create a Chain
Shift - Detonate Chain

Shoot every ship of the same colour once, then press Shift to blow them all up good. As you progress, the ships attack in greater numbers and in stranger patterns. Prepare to meet... the BOSS (a very brief encounter).

Installation Instructions
No Install! Just play online! To play offline, download then unzip and run "TriShade_Aduro.exe".

Technologies Used
Macromedia Flash MX, Adobe Photoshop CS2/CS3, Propellerhead's Reason, steinberg Cubase SX3, Sony Sound Forge 7.0

Fun Facts
You can shoot while you're dying. Hence, you can always avenge your death. If this is a bug, don't fix it!

Jim's Corner
While this game has a deluxe soundtrack, and some amazing graphical effects (check out those background planes and clouds), the best part is the risk/reward game mechanic the team found time to perfect. I can't stop myself from chaining the ships together, despite the fact it's not always the smartest thing to do. The enemy attack formations test your puzzle skills more than your reflexes, which is oddly addictive. Definitely one of the most "complete" games created at TOJam #2.


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