Fun game, spent a good hour on creating a nice 20 edged(lol) sword that did wonders in damage. unfortunately i ran into the bug where you get stuck in the center of the area on one of the platforms. Then i had to close, and unfortunately all my effort went to waste when i realized the save function only worked in a single sitting and didn't extend to a second session. Very frustrated. But still, the crafting system is unique and very fun.
A downloadable game for Windows
Smash Smith is an compo entry for Ludum Dare 36, based on theme "Ancient Technology". The game objective is protect the old dwarven forge by creating your own unique weapon and fighing the enemy orcs.
Weapons can have different atributes as you forge them, it can be a very light and sharp sword or you can craft a big and heavy stone hammer. Forging better weapons gives you more chance to survive the attack and unlock new materials to improve your weapon.
This game was made in 48 hours, it already complete and I'm not working on it anymore, although I will reply any comment and sugestions, so, fell free to talk with me.
Feel free to message me, you can send me a tweet @Lukbebalduk3 and even email-me email@example.com and I do reply! :)
There is two download links, the FIRST ONE is the GAME. The second one is the source game.
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Thanks for the commentary :)
So, as you said - the game right now has a lot of problems. Some of them you pointed, some of them people dont notice but they do exist. The game need to be fixed is all kind of aspects, and that is probably ALL reflex of the fact that it has been created in fully made in 48 hours. I usually do not change anything after the ludumdare, but SMASHSMITH is right now in a strange position, it's representing 95% of my downloads, what makes me think about fixing it. Probably you can expect an significant update soon, and since you complained - I'll think about a save game :)
VERY fun, Im having a good time playing it, a brief tutorial explaining how the weight system and everything works would do wonders