A downloadable game for Windows

Welcome to a world of happiness and danger, where your enemies smile, and their bullets scream as they fly towards your face.

Fight through waves of grinning foes. Between each round, the gods of this small world offer you a choice, providing nothing but cryptic descriptions. These choices will affect your abilities, those of your enemies, or the world itself, in a multitude of ways. You'll have to battle on to experience them all.

Controls:

WSAD: Move
Left Click: Fire
E: Action

Credits:

Killed By Kindness is a 2 day jam game, made for the theme "Two Choices", by:
Liam de Valmency: Design/Code
Reece Banbury: Design/Code
Richard Tongeman: Art
Alyx Jones: Music
Lewis Thompson: Sound

More information

Published25 days ago
StatusReleased
PlatformsWindows
Rating
(1)
AuthorLiam de Valmency
GenreShooter
TagsColorful, Cute, Fast-Paced, flat, FPS, Funny, Shoot 'Em Up, Shooter, upgrades
Average durationA few minutes
LanguagesEnglish
InputsKeyboard
Player countSingleplayer

Install instructions

This game was built in a weekend using Unity; all that's needed to play it is to run the executable contained in the .zip file.

Download

Download
kbk_windows.zip (17 MB)

Comments

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Really fun little game here, especially for a 2 day Game Jam! Tried my best to get as far I could. Also did a little review to show support for your game!



Great review, really fun to watch! Thanks for trying it out!

Gave it a go...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A3gPZaofuhg

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Really enjoyable play-through, thanks for trying it out!

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Great job guys! This was fun and challenging. I really liked the upgrades as a way of progessing the difficulty.


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Glad you enjoyed it! Thanks for checking it out, and for the video review -- it was a fun watch and contained a bunch of helpful feedback.

No problem. I try to provide an unbiased 1st time player experience with the games I try on the channel. I understand that it can be a lot of help to the developers. Let me know if I can help in any other way.