UPDATE: Greeny’s Run has a new home! Get the latest alpha, or play the game right in your browser on the Tagunda website!
Greeny is a small fellow who happens to be green and slightly wobbly in nature, and he is most unfortunate. Trapped in a 100-level deep dungeon, his only hope is to rely on your guidance, to take as many Meanies out with him as he can, and gather all the riches! Only you can help little Greeny out!
My Salvage Trader Kickstarter is
running right now. If you haven’t seen it, please go take a look and come right back. I’ll wait here. All good?
Running a Kickstarter is more stressful than you might expect. Exciting, yes, but it also makes me nervous and slightly obsessive. Maybe because it’s my first, who knows. Either way, I needed a distraction to take my mind off things, especially during the first few days. Enter the Gamemaker engine, and as a result of playing around with that, Greeny’s Run!
Greeny’s Run is a teeny tiny top-down dungeon survival game. I made it entirely within Gamemaker, with the exception of the app icon and splash screen (done in Photoshop) and the music, “Goat 145 + Stem” by stellarartwars, a creative commons track from ccmixter.
Download Greeny’s Run for Windows [FREE!] (July 14th, updated to alpha 4) See above.
- WASD to move.
- Arrow keys to fire.
- Space bar to reload.
- Esc key to pause.
- M to toggle music on/off.
- P to take an in-game screenshot.
See “Greeny’s Run” in action: