Suddenly…Mutants!

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Suddenly…Mutants! is a Survival top-down shooter made in Construct 2.
This project is largely a learning experience for me to learn how Construct 2 works. Play it in your browser, and compete on the Clay.io leaderboards, earn achievements as well. 

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The game is wave based and has a light upgrade system to increase your movement speed and rate of fire by subtracting some of your score, balance your upgrades and skill to reach the top of the leaderboards. This game is also mobile optimized with Virtual Joysticks, best played on the clay.io website.

This was again, a huge learning experience for me and feedback is appreciated. Have fun!

Controls are explained ingame. Thanks to Jonathan Elihu for the music and Freesfx.co.uk for sound effects.

Play it on:
Voltisoft – http://voltisoft.com/suddenlymutants Supports my studio!
Clay.io – http://clay.io/game/suddenlymutants Mobile Optimized!
Newgrounds.com – http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/636913 Rate it up!
Itch.io – http://shiburizu.itch.io/suddenlymutants

Who am I?

From my “about me” page:

Hi, I’m a young independent game developer from Costa Rica. I’ve worked on various game projects under Voltisoft, my indie game development team since 2011, and have since been responsible for Holdout and Suddenly…Mutants! with much more to come. My focus is on the changing gaming scene with the introduction of HTML5 and development suites such as Construct 2. I have self-acquired skill in graphic design and pixel art.

The independent game development scene has been for me an outlet to express a combination of teamwork, creativity, and expression. We can make new worlds and play with the one we exist in. It’s taken me from a drawing pad to a graphic design suite, and since I’ve never had so much fun making things fun for people. You can follow my work on this blog, where I post exciting ideas and realities.

Hi there once more! Welcome to my blog where you’ll find updates on all of my work. I’ll be posting dev logs and images of all kinds of things, whether or not they make it to the final project or not. Have a good time while you’re here!