A downloadable rawalrumble for Windows

This early demo features 1 stage, single player or 2P multiplayer and an unlockable Survival game mode on an unfinished WIP placeholder stage. The final game will feature 2 additional -female- characters, 10 stages, 4P multiplayer and several game modes.

Keys 1P: WASD (movement) + "J" (Punch), "K" (Kick), "L" (Jump)

Keys 2P: Arrow keys (movement + "/" (Punch), "*" (Kick), "-" (Jump) in num. keypad

Volume (in num, keypad) : "+" (Volume up), "." (Volume down) 

F7 (Debug, proto version only): Enables or disables CRT / scanlines effect. 

F4 (Debug, proto version only): Kills all enemies on screen (use it if an enemy got stuck outside screen, you can't kill him and can't continue.

Grab: Press forward+Punch when very close to an enemy (you can't grab purple enemies) when not performing a combo. Then Punch to Lift, or Kick to Knee.

Published 14 days ago
StatusPrototype
PlatformsWindows
Rating
(1)
AuthorAnarkade
GenreAction, Fighting
Tags16-bit, 2D, Arcade, Beat 'em up, Co-op, Cyberpunk, Pixel Art, Side Scroller
Average sessionA few minutes
LanguagesEnglish
InputsKeyboard, XBox 360 controllers, Gamepad (any), Joystick
AccessibilitySubtitles
MultiplayerLocal multiplayer
Player count1 - 2
LinksHomepage, Twitter, Facebook

Install instructions

1) Make ure DirectX 9.0c is installed (no Maco) : https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?displaylang=en&id=35

3) After playing the game PLEASE COMPLETE THIS SHORT SURVEY AFTER PLAYING THE DEMO: http://bit.ly/RawalProtoSurvey

Download

Download
RawalRumble-ProtoDemo-1.0.0.153.zip 18 MB

Development log

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Gameplay Brazilian


This is crazy fun, especially with a second player. Had no idea there was a friendly fire mechanic and it really added a lot to the goofiness. We missed a lot of the story but that didn't stop us from having a grand ol' time! Looking forward to later builds!

Had fun with the demo. Can't wait to see more. Keep up the good work. And really nice job with the CRT filter. I usually don't like that but with RR it works. :)