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Dueling Machine (PC)
« on: November 18, 2011, 09:07:27 AM »
Dueling Machine was described over in the SpyParty thread. On a whim I did a search and found a site that hosts the game for download. It's at the bottom of the list.

Based on a book by Ben Bova. The game looks like a first-person shooter, but with a twist. You are in a city full of thousands of pedestrians, you have exactly one bullet, and you have to find and kill a single unique fugitive. You have a sonar that will help you locate him, but he can also hear it when you use it. This game is also 2-player networked, and it is the tensest game experience you will ever have. The audio is an integral part of the gameplay. Marc LeBlanc had the idea for the sonar, which is another example of game design cross polination at the Jam.


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Re: Dueling Machine
« Reply #1 on: November 19, 2011, 19:50:26 PM »
Oo!  Downloaded.  Red Rover sounded interesting, too.

I used to play a game (demo) called Lifter.  You controlled this little flying thing using jet propulsion and had a tractor beam to move things.  It was kind of like a puzzle thing, I guess.  I really liked it.
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