wow, what a awesome NES-like game: http://imgur.com/a/Mfcvu :D
Level 20 is imposible to win :P
A downloadable game for Windows
By order of King Richard the Lionheart, all the wealth of Nottingham had been transfer- red to safes. The poor villagers living in Sherwood Forest had lost hope of a better life, but Robin Hood will remind everyone of the reason for his nickname: The Prince of Thieves.
Arrows - Move / Select (menu)
Enter - Confirm (menu)
Z - Jump / Confirm (menu)
X - Shot
ESC / P - Pause
Evandro Gomes (Fuzenrad) [Programmer]
Fabio Manna (dotCHAOS) [Graphic/Music]
Ranked 1st on Public Domain JAM #3
Unzip the ZIP folder before run the game.
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A good game with only a few shortcomings.It could get repetitive sometimes and a bit tedious. The inclusion of power ups would be great but overall a solid game. Is it me or the enemies look like mario?
Hehehe, in the actual Robin Hood legend, it's Richards brother John who is over taxing people and whom Robin Hood robs, not Richard. Richard is seen as the true King and when he returns from fighting abroad, he pardons Robin for his crimes.
But I like that your game gets it wrong, it makes it seem more like an old Japanese game that would mix up the names like that.
Also, in reality, John wasn't a bad King and the Robin Hood view of him and his reign are really unfair. Really, Richard was the worse King even though he was "heroic" always fighting wars. He bankrupted the kingdom with his constant campaigns to take over Normandy (where he was actually from). That's why John had to tax the country so much after he took over.
Nice historical lesson, James, but it's just a game, not a History Channel's documentary =P
The sequel will introduce "fantasy" elements, so, the plot maybe be even more unrealistic!
Hehehe, well what I'm saying is that I appreciate that. My Game Pike 'n Shot is similar in that it's about the real historical concept of Pike & Shot combat and the Spanish tercios, but you fight goblins, dragons and wizards :P
Heh, the recording was very weird for some reason and I noticed too late!
Didn't think I'd make it that far :)
Really.. I don't understand the reason, which capture program you're using?
Fraps, which captures OpenGL (or equivalent?) directly. Perhaps the game has a frame and only in the center it was OpenGL context, so that it was displaced by Fraps, which for some reason still used the resolution of the whole window.
Would have used OBS if I had known. :)
Try to record the full monitor image instead the game application.
PS. I used the Open Broadcaster Software in gameplay video of the top of this page.