A downloadable game for Windows

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Tumblin' Down is a survival RTS by team Beelzebox.

The mission is to obliterate your opponent and thus appease the evil deity consuming your beloved homeworld. You build units and barracks with resources gathered from control points scattered around the map.

But remember, both the control points and your initial base position will disapper if you don't pay tribute to the Consumer of Worlds.

If you gather enough mana, the scales will tip and your side of the map will be destroyed more slowly. Neglect paying tribute and face the consequences of losing control points and barracks. It's best to force that fate unto your opponent.

Survival of the world requires sacrifices, in every sense of the world. You gather mana by sacrificing your units. Just order them to throw themselves off the nearest edge (just check the minimap if it's not an untraversable area.

Have fun!


By popular demand, here is are some tips on how to play:



TEAM:

Shodanon- art programming, design

Jacek- UI, game systems, design, programming

Jabsley- music, that awesome scream



We'd like to thank the following people and institutions for sharing their work through Creative Commons:

Photographers:

Peretz Partensky, Michael C. Rygel, TEXTURIFY.COM, US Geological Survey National Park Service

Audio producers:

Daniel Simion, SoundBible.com, Mike Koenig, Jojikiba, Graham Donnelly, freesfx.co.uk and Sound Ideas, freesound.org users: Richard Humphries of Takoma Media, Lady Lubyanka, Juskiddink

Published Apr 25, 2017
StatusReleased
PlatformsWindows
Release date Apr 25, 2017
AuthorShodanon
GenreStrategy
Tags3D, Atmospheric, ldjam, Ludum Dare, Ludum Dare 38, Real time strategy, Singleplayer
Average sessionA few minutes
LanguagesEnglish
InputsMouse
LinksLudum Dare

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TumblinDown.rar 29 MB

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This is a really interesting idea and impressively big for a weekend jam. Well done!