New version with music and sounds by Michael Grubb of ShuffleBitSound.
In this side-scrolling platformer/shooter you level up your character by literally going up to the next level. Each level-up earns you some points to spend on upgrades: more health, firepower, new weapons, skills, etc. Also, it's made of voxels, so you can destroy walls and dig tunnels or trenches to hide from enemy fire. The full game will feature many levels and upgrades, and boss fights where you can blast holes in huge bosses to get to the vulnerable spots inside them.
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Lowest Rated (2 agree) 4/10
I love how more and more people are trying to make their own game, but I dont understand that so many people want money for games that arent worth money. I just dont think the idea of this game is new. Leveling up after a level completed? Get better stats? I´ve seen that in many games. Look at games like "Treasure Adventure Game" A wonderful long and creative platformer. Completely free! Its still in alpha, I will change my rating if it gets any good new stuff in the full version. Sorry if my english…
Apr 22 2012, 11:58am by Wasserstern
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Looks like Arcane Worlds update is ready. Not sure I'll do all the uploading/releasing stuff today though.
Jun 10 2013, 1:05pm
@AlexFiliUK Thanks! I'm working on the next update now.
May 1 2013, 11:58am
@McFunkypants It's nice, but I don't like the time limit.
Apr 15 2013, 11:29am
@MichaelPConsoli I use Bluehost and it's pretty good. There are occasional downtimes but no longer than 15 minutes usually.
Mar 31 2013, 12:47pm
Blog post and video about Arcane Worlds 0.10: T.co
Feb 25 2013, 12:13pm
Arcane Worlds 0.10 released (birds and in-game menu), video and blog post coming soon: T.co
Feb 25 2013, 10:17am