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Chase and kill the fugitive androids through the streets of a futuristic city.

HuntDroid is an old-school runner game, remake of the C64 version of "Blade Runner". The game doesn't feature ultra-modern, sophisticated graphics or 3D special effects, or amazing sounds and musics, but it is just a ready-to-go experience and my first attempt to produce a complete game with Godot Engine.  At its core it's a get-your-best-score game, with 16 colors pixel graphics and some retro SID music.

Have fun! :)

WARNING: The game contains flashy graphics

Published May 28, 2017
StatusReleased
PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux
Rating
(1)
Authorbadchosenname
GenreAction
Made withAseprite, Godot
Tags8-Bit, Commodore 64, Cyberpunk, godot-engine, Pixel Art, Remake, Retro, Runner, Singleplayer
Average sessionA few minutes
LanguagesEnglish
InputsKeyboard

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HuntDroid_lnx.zip 25 MB
HuntDroid_mac.zip 22 MB
HuntDroid_win.zip 18 MB

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Muaha! I remember playing the original when I was a kid & this is awesome.

Cool!! Thanks a lot for your comment :D

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Hi,

The x2 and x3 scale are very usefull, as the default window is tiny. Thanks.

Not sure what to do ingame, just run, reach the guy that shots at me, and then die under car's wheels, but it looks good so far. Playing on Linux.

Thanks for trying it out and for the comment :) 

Actually the game is missing the other half, the map part, where you have to travel over the city, locate the next android and descend. Oh, and obviously a score system, and other bits. 

I'm working on it, tho I have very little free time due to my day job, but eventually I will complete it :)

Hey, I just played it and it's cool, I would recommend you to use a 2x scale or maybe 3x so that the window is not so small, a setting for this would be perfect.

Keep up the good work!

Alright, thanks for the tip :)