Actually quite a brilliant idea, if you managed to optimize it a good bit and continue it you could be onto something!
A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux
Ice Punks is a single-player 3D-action battle-royale game set in a post-apocalyptic future of nuclear winter. The main feature of the game is the destructible level surface. You can blast the ice with well-crafted puck-bombs. And everyone knows the water is dangerous.
Controls: WASD, LMB - Hit, RMB - Block, Shift (Hold) - sprint, G (Hold) - grenade. Sprinting heals. Also if you sprint long enough and bump into someone, you can push him forward. Right into the water.
In the year 1998, the last war has begun. As a result of multiple nuclear strikes, the climate has changed. The water level had risen, followed by a significant temperature drop.
Remains of humanity survived in deep ice caverns. The frozen surface of planet Earth became an arena for all sorts of crazy punks and raiders.
It’s too cold to go alone. Take the hockey stick!
Linux and Mac version weren't properly tested so let us know if it works or not.
Made with Unity for #MyFirstGameJam - Winter 2020.
Game by BEREG.
Programming and game design: Stanislav Demchenko
3D-art and level design: Dmitry Kripakov
Music: Konstantin Kepke (https://soundcloud.com/konstantin-kepke, email@example.com)
Feel free to contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Download the archive, unzip it to any location and run the executable. No installation required.
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Thanks! We're working on it, next update will go live on the weekend. If you have any framerate issues, can you share your specs?
I had lots of fun playing! Hope to see more soon!
Hey, that's was fun to watch. And you got the push-into-water mechanic! Hope you liked the game. We plan to polish combat and add multiplayer features, so hopefully, we'll see you again.
To bad I'm on mac, gameplay looks sick!
Guess what? We just added a Mac build you can try.
I played 3 random games from gamejam and your game was one of them it was actually so much fun :) i hope you enjoy my gameplay