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BAD VIBES is a weird, wild homage to the golden era of first-person shooters. Trapped in an alien maze, you're forced to survive as long as you can. Run around collecting keys and vaporizing all the baddies that get in your way. The longer you stay alive, the more bad vibes you crush, the higher your score when you win. BAD VIBES is pure shooter madness, the way it was intended to be. 

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TOP 20 HIGH SCORES

Name Score Date
1. Lucas11751/5/2018
2. dario10451/1/2018
3. Barrett10001/9/2018
4. Taylor9552/9/2018
5. NAtecobo9351/1/2018
6. sadasd89512/22/2017
7. DOOOOKIE!8802/20/2018
8. BAILEY87012/14/2017
9. Vo0do0leW8701/14/2018
10. pantrah86012/23/2017
11. J_DEEZY85512/27/2017
12. MtroidJnky8551/5/2018
13. Liamda84012/15/2017
14. Cz8401/4/2018
15. boo8401/7/2018
16. Parcheesy8252/17/2018
17. Loukrey8151/3/2018
18. P8052/6/2018
19. GameBreake80012/17/2017
20. Ludde8001/12/2018

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BAD VIBES was created during November and December 2017. It features original music from the archives of Richard Jonas (released under Creative Commons license) and sound effects created with sample packs available for free from Legowelt. A sprite asset from a free Wolfenstein 3D mod, Planet Nexion (2008), and another from Catacomb 3-D (1991) were used in this build. Aside from any bug fixes, there are currently no plans to continue developing the game, but any feedback is greatly appreciated all the same. The leaderboard is updated daily with new high scores.

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BAD VIBES (Mac) 61 MB
BAD VIBES (Win) 45 MB

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I dig your style.

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It's an interesting idea, it's a big gnash, but the mouse sensitivity is very low.

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Just updated the game with increased mouse sensitivity, and it's been such an improvement. Thanks for such useful feedback!

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Awesome game! Good job, maybe I wasn't there during the golden age of first-person shooters, but it couldn't help but remind me of an old fps I had when I was younger called Dark Arena on the gba hahaha. Always satisfying seeing all those enemies piling up on the floor. Again good job, and good luck on the jam!