Veteran full-stack web, Android, and Windows programmer with over a decade of professional experience. Proficient with numerous programming languages and development environments including HTML5/JS, Android Studio, and Unity 3D.
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Bucking the theme for Ludum Dare 31, I wanted to create a tank battle game inspired by the original 'Battle Zone' arcade game. It started out that way, and got...christmassy early on. You're a tank in a pit of abandoned Christmas junk! Are those rocks? Are they coal? It doesn't matter: everyone is naughty in the pit. And the Snowmen are about to judge you harder than an anonymous teenager on the internet.
The Space Marines were pretty clever. With their advanced science, they simply beamed their dead off the battlefield to be recycled into another wave of soldiers. A gruesome and morally questionable mechanism of war, but one that led them to unstoppable success against any threat.
The enemy Xenomorphs would prove to be quite a different story. Wild, violent, but spectacularly intelligent, the alien creatures found they could simply nest inside their attacker's chests. This allowed them to follow the dead soldier as they're recycled into new, fresh men... behind enemy lines! Luckily, this cunning tactic was discovered early on.
That's where you come in...