the ending lmao
Drytown is a topdown game where an airhead character has to escape Drytown using its blood as its only currency in this town.
Talk with the "friendly" citizens, fight against misterious creatures and resolve puzzles to escape the dark village of Drytown.
WASD or Arrows to move.
Space Bar\Enter\Left Click to attack.
Esc to pause game and cancel.
Game created by:
Special thanks to Incompetech's music.
Please note that...
- Drytown is a game made for Ludum Dare 44. For that reason it is a short game that might contain some bugs.
- Mac and Linux downloads will be added soon.
- If you find any problem do not hesitate to leave a comment. Thanks!
|Made with||Unity, Aseprite, Audacity|
|Tags||1-bit, 2D, combat, Ludum Dare 44, Minimalist, Narrative, Pixel Art, Singleplayer, Top-Down|
|Average session||A few minutes|
|Inputs||Keyboard, Mouse, Xbox controller, Gamepad (any)|
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why did i get kicked off the train?
Fun! Getting a real 'Minit' vibe. The animation is terrific.
Here's my blind run. I give my review of the game at around 9:20 in the video. Decent game, wish there was more.
I love how this kind of riffed on the Legend of Zelda games, if Link was only allowed to use hearts instead of rupees.
hi I love this?? but I'm playing in browser and most of the text goes across buildings and is completely unreadable
It was verry fuuny
Like the animation styile
Made a video
enjoyed a lot this one
Loved the game and the art style! It gave me a smlie :)
I really liked the art style for this. Impressive how well defined everything looks with such a simple style.
I really loved this! very well done!! Great use of the theme, and a really good idea to use Zelda as inspiration!Thank you for sharing your art!
Thank you so much Nathan! We are really glad you liked the game ^^ And yes Zelda is one of the main inpirations and so is Minit!
Drytown is short, but amusing, and I like how much can be done artistically with such a simple style. It's a good example that not everything needs to be a flashy rainbow to have visual appeal. Shame the town itself was full of leeching con-men...Good job, devs.
Thank you so much for making a video about Drytown! The minimalistic style of Drytown helped us to make a bigger game in terms of puzzles and animations for the Ludum Dare! Thanks for playing!