Multiplayer Line Defense
Game is not yet complete.
How to Play
2 players required (both use same machine).
Build towers to defend your base from attacking creatures.
Send creatures to attack the other player's base.
Players take turns swapping the mouse, and manually switching their windows
(game was designed for online multiplayer, but time ran out).
Click the type of tower you want, then click again to place it on the playfield.
4 types of towers to choose from, with various strengths/weaknesses against the 4 types of creatures.
Click a creature to immediately sent it to the other player.
Just unzip and enjoy.
OpenGL, SDL, C++
Levo's worked until his hands bled.
They were so dry on Sunday morning that his skin began cracking.
He wanted to stop, but we wouldn't let him.
Eventually he begged for mercy, at which point we administered emergency TOJam lotion.
Obviously intended as a metaphor for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict,
this game touched me on a deep, personal level.
Do I send a komodo dragon to attack the infidels,
or defend against a chameleon from the infidels?
This game raises more questions than it answers.
Hopefully Levo will finish the game. Currently, only the foundations are in place,
and the game design makes it impossible for 2 players using 1 machine.
Props must be given for attempting online multiplayer in just 3 days.
Levo... you CRAZY!