A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux

RUNNING OUT OF...

SPICE !


- Running Out Of Spice is a game made for the Ludum Dare 42 -


Welcome in your spiceship, a magnificient flying machine powered by spices !


Let's go and explore the universe ! Go as far as you can. Don't forget to get some spices on the road, or you will run out of spice. (Spoiler alert : you won't move without spices). But be careful, if you pump up too much your spice level, your spiceship will need to go super fast to vent from the heat induced by spices. And you don't want to wreck your ship on an asteroid, or worse, on a spice bomb...

Use the arrows on your keyboard to move, and press the spicebar to shoot bullets. Fly safe, score high, go far !


LET'S GET SPICY !

Install instructions

Open the archive and launch the game ! (RunningOutOfSpice.exe for windows, RunningOutOfSpice.app for mac, RunningOutOfSpice.x86_64 for linux.)

Download

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RunningOutOfSpice_Windows.zip 35 MB
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RunningOutOfSpice_Linux.zip 51 MB
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RunningOutOfSpice_Mac.zip 40 MB
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RunningOutOfSpice.mp3 5 MB

Comments

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Fantastic graphics! I don't like the controls on keyboard, I will need to revisit the game with a joystick. Also I wish there was a slightly wider angle, especially when things go fast but maybe that is part of the challenge.

I like the low poly visuals and the music for the game. I just wish there was a story and exploration.

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Thanks for the comment, please keep in mind that it's a Ludum Dare (gamejam) entry, made in a weekend :)
Story and exploration are nice, but adding these when making a game in a single weekend while polishing it and make it look great is pretty hard ! Most Ludum Dare games are arcady and doesn't involve a lot of replayability.

This looks really cool but upon launching I get an error and if I show local files then it just shows a folder with files in but no exe's.

Hope you fixit soon.

Regards

wobblyfootgamer

Hello ! Did you try on windows ? Or was it mac / linux ?