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Music for Decay
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  Information
Link: Pixel Love
Developer LIDgames
Released: July 16, 2014 (Newgrounds)
Featured: July 21, 2014
Platform Flash
Control scheme: Keyboard
Data saved: None
Genre(s): Avoider, platformer
Website(s): Newgrounds, Stencyl

Music for Decay is an isometric platformer created for a DEVCHAT game jam with the theme "Ghost Wheel?"[1]. It was released on Newgrounds on July 16, 2014, and featured on Pixel Love on July 21, 2014. The player controls a light who "searches but never finds"[2].

Controls

  • Left.png Right.png Left and right arrow keys - Move in respective direction
  • Up.png Up arrow key - Dash
  • Esc - Return to titlescreen
  • P key - Pause game
  • M key - Mute sounds

Gameplay

Music for Decay is an endless running platformer that involves a light travelling down a continuous corridor with possible spaces to be on. Various obstacles appear ahead of the path, and the light must avoid them by moving to a clear spot or dashing if no safe sections are present. The dash maneuver grants the light temporary invincibility and allows the light to pass through one obstacle if applied just before reaching it. The game ends when the light hits an obstruction.

Hazards

Spike pits

Spike pits are stationary elements that can be seen ahead of the corridor.

Skulls

Skulls spawn near the top of the screen and travel in the opposite direction of the light. They make a noise before they are released.

Soundtrack

Music for Decay Menu
Music for Decay Main
Menu Game

References

  1. Devchat.itch.io - Ghost Wheel? Bundle by DEVCHAT, July 15, 2014, retrieved July 21, 2014.
  2. Music for Decay Author Comments, retrieved July 21, 2014.

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