Three colour-coded serpent-Gods protect the earth from impending doom as marbles rain down upon us. This GGJ 2012 arcade game was made for use with a "DJ Hero" turntable, but can also be played using the keyboard.

The aim is to intercept the falling balls with the appropriate head: using the wrong head will stop the ball, but the snake in question will be stunned temporarily. In addition, the white balls heal the earth, so should not be intercepted at all. Survive as long as you can, try to beat my high-score (1590 so far).

Turntable Controls (requires PS3 turntable + 32-bit Windows):
Select one or more snakes using the coloured buttons and rotate it by spinning the plate.

Keyboard Controls (the rest of us, ie. Linux):
Hold D, F, and/or G to select one or more snakes, then press UP/DOWN or LEFT/RIGHT to rotate it. Don't release the snake-selection button, or the snake will not move!

The team:

  • Loren Costet (Game Design/Art)
  • Emmanuel Corno (Programming)
  • William "wilbefast" Dyce (Programming)
  • Antoine Druaux (Game Design/Art/Sound)
  • Steve Ohl (Game Design/Art)

Special thanks to Oliver LeJade and ISART Digital for organising the Paris GGJ Event!

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GGJ Build - Linux

GGJ Build - Linux

Feb 1, 2012 Full Version 0 comments

Original GGJ 48-hour version of the game, developed in parallel to the Windows one for gameplay testing. It runs on 64-bit Ubuntu, and there 32-bit native...

GGJ Build - Windows 32-bit

GGJ Build - Windows 32-bit

Jan 31, 2012 Full Version 0 comments

Windows version, mirror of the version uploaded to the GGJ site at the end of the jam. Other, improved versions of the game on different platforms should...

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qubodup Feb 1 2012, 1:59pm says:

LWJGL? Why no web-playable version? :)

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wilbefast Feb 1 2012, 2:40pm replied:

It's Slick actually, which is built on top of LWJGL ;) The first time either of us programmers used either as it happens: Android and Web version would be great, though I'm not entirely sure how to export to the latter.

Oh, and since you like open-source, here is our git:
All GGJ games are, after all, required to release their source ;)

edit: Linux version being validated as we speak by the way.

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