The Log Driver Game




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Published on May 15, 2012

The Log Driver Game

Created By:
Paul Forest (Programming, Design, Wrangling) - http://PaulForest.com http://ForestGames.ca
Eric Frech (Art) - http://ericfrechart.blogspot.ca/
Jerry Forest (Accordion)
Mark Forest (Guitar)

Moai (http://getmoai.com/) and RapaNui

Navigate Nick L., a Canadian log driver, down a mighty river, taking as many logs as he can with him.
But be careful not to get swept downstream.

How To Play:
Use the mouse to click and drag. You character will aim towards the mouse and try to follow it.
Pro-tip: practice with with circular motions with the mouse to knock logs out of your way.

Made at:
TOJam 7: The Sevening, a 48-hour game making event in Toronto, Canada. Hosted by the talented and devilishly attractive team Jim and Emily McGinley.
Learn more at http://TOJam.ca

Why is this game cool?
This game features warm folk music, excellent animations, and nifty physics.

What's next for this game?
Better designed levels that play more like puzzles; mobile deployment.

What tools did you use for this game?
Moai + Rapanui, Tiled, PhysicsEditor.de, Photoshop, Audacity, and Canadian pride
Moai (http://getmoai.com/) and RapaNui


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