i really enjoyed this
There was something here
If you want more of this, consider playing the prequel here: https://adriendittrick.itch.io/there-is-nothing-here
There is nothing here!
There used to be something here!
This won't do!
I must rip open the void
What is this?
This game was made in 48 hours for Ludum Dare 45. Please rate it here: https://ldjam.com/events/ludum-dare/45/there-was-something-here
It is an idle game about rebuilding the world from scratch. This game is a sequel to another game I made: there is nothing here, link is above.
This game can be played only by clicking/tapping things, but later you will also be able to move with WASD/arrow keys or interact with spacebar. This game is mobile-compatible!
Game Maker studio source code is available to download!
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This is so clever! A genius little follow-up to the first game, I had a load of fun with this.
I'm obsessed with idle games for a start, so this immediately ticked that box for me, and the addition of the building and action elements enhanced the experience even more.
The basic premise of this game is to create a new world entirely from scratch, including giving your own bad self a new body to live in (a heavenly body, perhaps? I'm terrible...). However, there is a lurking evil out there in the universe waiting to wipe out everything you put together!
I need to spend more time with this one I think because I feel like I could just sit for hours and build up my resources and I'm curious to see if the ever-angry God of Destruction can be stopped (I don't think so, but that ain't gonna stop me trying!).
So, if you like idle games that have a story built-in, give this amazing free game a play, you will not regret it! And as for you Adrien, keep up the awesome work =)
Thanks for the very nice video review :)
Also no, the angry god of destruction can't be stopped yet. But maybe in a future game, who knows? :p
Wow, nice! :D
I broke the prices by sacrificing enough friends to the time extractor so that the cost was 0. It never went up again...