Rain Culture :
Use your divine powers to help nature grow back.
Your main tool is a rain cannon and severall kind of mirrors to redirect water over the plants.
C or Z to take control or release the nearest tool
Outside a tool : use arrow keys to move your character
Inside a tool : use arrow keys to rotate the tool
That jam was prety cool, even if I only worked two days on it. I tryed to add another mecanic, where fire could spread from leaves to leaves, but it was too random so I removed it.
Wow this game is great! I got so into it I just sat there and played it to the end. I noticed that the rain cannons got a bit stuck after being rotated to the limit, and the mirrors don't seem to have any speed limit when rotating. I don't know if this is intentional but I thought I'd mention it anyway.
Anyhow, amazing feat for 2 days work, and yes the spidery plants are beautiful, nice music too!
In this we are exposed to the true magnitude of how we desire to control things traditionally considered to be the realm of deities, how we long to exert control over even such natural forces as the weather itself and over those vegetative servants which rely on it. To repair the environment which we irresponsibly destroy? No, to create a garden which pleases the eye. We pretend we are gods using powerful technologies to bend the firmament to our will, and being shown the extent of our transgression we should feel ashamed.
I also included it in an article of my favorites! http://fireside.gamejolt.com/post/jam-favorites-pico-8-jam-1-putidgf8
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