Join lima in a mysterious but dangerous journey. The game is focused on melee combat, and has an interesting potions system.
It was just another ordinary day for Lima. Though unexpectedly, the routine chore of picking apples, will send Lima into a dangerous journey. Labyrinthica: The Quest of Lima is a single-player, melee focused action game. Labyrinthica has similarities to rogue games, but is based on real-time action. You move Lima with the keyboard and aim with the mouse. Unlike similar games, you will need to fight monsters face to face rather than shoot them from a safe distance. You use both your weapon and shield in battle, though using a sword is not always the only way to harm enemies! Potions should be used wisely. Drinking that green potion might prove fatal. It might be poison! And throwing that bronze potion on the boar creature might make it go berserk. Potion colors are randomly assigned to each type. You will have to discover on your own what each potion color does. Labyrinthica awaits to test your wits and reflexes.
Hello everyone, This is a status update of the "company" Pompi Pompi Entertainment, which consist mostly of myself. First of all, there is a new free game called "I'm an idiot" over here. It's a very short and fun game, you can complete it in a couple of minutes, so I recommend you to try it out.
The RPG game\engine "Wonder" is canceled. I am sorry about that. I have decided to scrap my old base code, which served me for several years, and start fresh with a new framework called "Fatal".
I have gained more experience and insights in the programming and software design fields that convinced me I should start with a new framework(as opposed to base code).
I would like to share this new framework. It could be by letting others to use it for their games, it could be by making the source code available for educational purposes. I am not sure yet. The new game I am going to develop with "Fatal" will be called "Fatal Wars 2". It's basically an Archon clone. Why '2'? Well, there was a '1' about ten years ago.
And finally, I made "Labyrinthica: The Quest of Lima" available as a Pay What You Want at Yawma.net, with a minimum of exactly $0. It isn't going to get any lower than that, then I suggest you try it out now.
I would like to hear your feedback, if anything of this sounds interesting. I have been trying to find my way in the Indie world for several years, so if you have any tips or ideas you can share I will be glad to hear them and I am sure other will as well.