i did a ww2 version when i first played and everything was right the woman was japan the evil woman and joy was america and the artifact was a nuke and soviet union was the old man and EU were the guards and the king was roosevelt (took 40 minutes)
Draw Your Own Adventure
- Left mouse button - draw\interact
- Mouse wheel - change the brush size
If you are using Edge web browser, there is a bug that makes you drag the entire game screen while you are drawing. Consider playing in a different browser or downloading a desktop version.
This game was made for the Ludum Dare 45 with the theme Start with nothing. We decided to make an adventure game in which the player builds his adventure from scratch by drawing characters and making choices.
Leonid Dudakov (@DetectiveLosos) - programming, animation, art, voice acting
Natalia Volkova (@Natashius) - art, story, voice acting
Annie Owl (@owl_annie) - story, voice acting
Problemke (@morel_8ight) - music
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This is really awesome, i had no problems please continue your awesome games they are amazing.
Two Critisis , REALLY needs an Erase Button and SIZE buttons. It captures the feel of drawing like a little kid, Buuuut it does get under the skin when you can't correct a mistake . I wound up restarting the game over and over and over again because I wanted the character to look just right. But I just couldn't get there! PLEASE, correct this in an update. Even kids would want to correct basic mistakes. An Erase feature and Size button Feature are even in Microsoft Paint.
You can change the size of your brush with a mouse wheel (yeah we should have written more clear control, sorry). And eraser tool... Well, we will try our best, but there are technical problems with making one. It's hard to explain in one message, but basically we are making the cardbord cutouts for the character on the fly, and implementing eraser tool with this in mind would be hard.
Brilliant concept!! I want to see more.
Can we play this In windowed mode?? c:
You kinda can by pressing Alt+Enter. Or you can play it right here on a web page without going in fullscreen.
There was a Unity built-in settings window right at the start of a game, but for some reason when we did our build this time it was missing, and we had no time to put it back on.
So sorry, no proper windowed mode.
Nice work, got some twists and twists of twists. Some events seemed silly at first (like offending the princess and she just agrees to marry), but then got justified further on.
Fav moment: it's time for revenge - * KISS *