In Wresleterpult you must save our world from alien wrestlers, and your only weapon is YOURSELF!

Catapult yourself against your enemies and kill em' all! How much will you survive?

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Wresleterpult is an entry for Weekly Game Jam 172!
And my first completed project in Godot/GDScript. Really nice tool! Very happy with it :)
There are a few ( ... yeah...) issues with the ropes physics and other bugs that couldn't fix on time, sorry for that!

Controls

  • WASD - Movement
  • Mouse / Left Click - Catapult yourself to that point INSIDE THE RING!
    ATTENTION: You must be against the ropes to do it.

Credits

Designed/Developed - Federico Alvarez
Music & Sounds - Madeleine Chiodo (Link to Soundcloud portfolio)

StatusReleased
PlatformsHTML5
Rating
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(3 total ratings)
AuthorFede Alvarez
GenreAction, Fighting

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Development log

Comments

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I really liked the idea behind this game!. Like other comments below, I got stuck at a corner, not allowing me to continue playing. Maybe a solution could be to add a button to reset your position to the middle center :)

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Thanks for the feedback! I’m glad you like it! I promise I’ll solve this issues soon enough!

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I like the concept for this! Rope sounds are very satisfying, and the art is gorgeous too.

Thanks you so much for playing it and for your kind comments!

Seems like fun movement but I've found myself getting stuck very often when going from rope to rope.

I was using firefox if that helps.

Thanks for playing! Glad you like it! Yes sorry for that, this bug I think is caused by clicking outside the tilemap. I’ll be fixing this soon :)

Hi! I am surprised this was made using godot, as I usually see people making games with other game jams. I'm proud of this game as a former godot user! It's amazing!

Hey! Thanks a lot for playing it! I’m glad you like it! It’s my first time using Godot but I’m really proud of what we made too :)