A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux

== CONTROLS ==

Paddle:
A: move paddle left
D: move paddle right

Laser drone:
Mouse: aim laser
Left click: fire laser
W: move towards mouse

Menus:
W or UP: previous menu item
S or DOWN: next menu item
SPACE or ENTER: select option

Other options:
T: Enable / disable tutorial stages
N: Enable / disable sound effects
M: Enable / disable music


Money money money

==SCORING==
Pink note: $5
Blue note: $10
Red note: $20
Yellow note: $50
Green note: $100

Piggy bank: $50
Vacuums: $1.25 (not much material left to salvage after they explode)


Oinks

==STORY==
You really like coins. Whenever you get any money, you immediately
convert it into 1 cent coins and put them in your money vault.
Alas, a bunch of evil vacuum cleaners are trying to steal your income,
and losing too much money means you can't continue to provide for
yourself (i.e. you lose the game).


Hey, thanks for checking out my game! It ended up being a lot of fun to make and I'm pretty happy with the final result considering the 1 week time frame.

List of the best stuff I got out of this project:

  • Getting more practice using MonoGame
  • Making sound effects and music from scratch
  • Working with an up-scaled pixel-art style which made designing graphics an extra challenge
  • Attempting a 2x3 font for score (didn't exactly work perfectly...)


StatusReleased
PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux
AuthorSplerp
TagsArcade
Average sessionA few minutes
LanguagesEnglish
InputsKeyboard, Mouse

Install instructions

  1. Download zip
  2. Unzip anywhere
  3. Read the README.txt! Player controls are outlined here
  4. Run Change.exe

Change.exe: 64 bit version
Changex86.exe: 32 bit version

Download

Download
Change 3 MB
Download
Change (x86) 3 MB
Download
Change (DesktopGL) 5 MB
Download
Change-v2.zip 3 MB
Download
Changex86-v2.zip 3 MB

Development log

Comments

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Hey, is the 2.0 source code (like in the Jam) is available somewhere? thx! ;)

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Yes! The repository on github is hosting the most up-to-date code:
https://github.com/splerp/change

There's even a handy .zip available here:
https://github.com/splerp/change/releases/tag/v2.0

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Thank you! :)