A downloadable game for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux

You play as Muoto, a powerfuly wizard in short stature, who has made his way to a dungeon with no turning back. You're left to fend off creatures from the deepest geometrical nightmares while trying to make your way to the source of this new evil

Use a matching shape spell to attack respective enemy shapes to deal damage, if you shoot a non matching shape it will instead heal the foe.Example: square on square deals damage, while circle on triangle heals the enemy.


Controls:

*Menu*

FULLSCREEN - F

Arrow keys - navigate

Space - select


*Game*

Arrow keys - Move

Hold Spacebar to lock direction

1, 2, 3 - Cast different types of spells

[1] = Circle

[2] = Square

[3] = Triangle


Made by:

Simon Rahnasto - Programmer - @windmillGames(Twitter) - www.Windmill-Games.net
David Rahnasto - Graphics - @windmillGames(Twitter) - www.Windmill-Games.net
Emil Odelius - Programmer
Milan Kovarbašić - Sound design - milan.kovarbasic@gmail.com - @Naxalit (Twitter) - https://www.linkedin.com/in/milankovarbasic

Install instructions

Windows: Unzip contents into a folder, run the .exe file.

Source / Multiplatform: Download the Löve 0.10.1 framework (love2d.org) and run the .love

Download

Download
Muoto(Windows) (13 MB)
Download
Muoto(Source - Multiplatform - Löve 0.10.1) (11 MB)

Comments

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It doesn't work on mac please let it work on os x el capitan

i really want to play

This is pretty fun, although the controls are a bit odd.

Thank you for your feedback! This was made in 72hours for Ludum Dare, so there are a lot of things that we would change if we had more time. But all input is very appriciated; what would you change with the controls to make them less odd?

Maybe make it arrow keys+ZXC, or WASD+Mouse?

(+1)

The optimal would naturally be to allow people to rebind the keys, the reason we went with the controls that we choose was because not everyone has a QWERTY keyboard and since Ludum Dare is an international event we wanted everyone to be able to play the game.

Thank you!