A downloadable game for Windows
To the reluctance of the American people, you are the President of the United States! Play as the Hocus PotUS to defend your American dream from a growing liberal horde. Send out tweets to crush the hopes of your enemies. Collect their tax dollars and use them to build a wall. Turn back the clock of progress and make America great again!
** The last posted update of this game is a very early alpha build.**
There's a high possibility that this game will never be completed. Feel free to share the link to this page or to take screenshots, stream, etc. Tear it to bits for all I care lol. Maybe if it gets enough hype I'll consider completing it or re-working some of the original ideas.
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Changes as of v0.1.1
- refactored player attacks to look like twitter birds
- changed some other effects to match the new player attack sprites
- increased player attack movement speed
- enabled "it" (aka poop) to be movable with the claw
- updated some instruction screens, fixed typos
- disabled hidden developer controls
- updated the introductory game text
- added audio controls, one for soundFX and one for music
- added pause control to UI
Known Issues as of v0.1.1
- The game is unbalanced; basically it gets gradually harder until about 8 to 10 minutes in, where you won't be able to keep up and will eventually lose. More powerful and cooldown-based abilities have not yet been added, but they are planned.
- Enemy sprites are very basic, and probably even a little offensive in some cases. These are meant as placeholders until later, where I will most likely increase their resolution, more clearly define what visually represents each enemy class (held items or specific accessories), and then add variety to sprites using a composite design (different clothing colors, skin tones, and hair styles).
- Music is very basic and repetitive, and the soundFX need work. These are mostly placeholders that I put together for my own sanity.
- an elusive crash involving activists and walls
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