A downloadable game for Windows

Things have been getting dull in Ye Olde Kingdom. Bling Daddy King demands a waterpark! Its up to you to put together wild slides and prevent pesky parkgoers from peeing in the pool!


Credits

  • Code: Gary Stentiford
  • Art: Kyle McArthur
  • Art: Richard Pince
  • Art: Katie Guevarra
  • Art: James Garcia
  • Audio: Bobby Rose
  • Design: Robert Dunlap

Font Asset by Kenney Vleugels

Made at Global Game Jam 2017

More information

Published 179 days ago
StatusIn development
PlatformsWindows
Rating
(1)
AuthorExtrokold
GenreSimulation
TagsEconomy, Management, tycoon

Download

Download
YeOldeWavePark.zip (24 MB)

Comments

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I thought it was very pretty, albeit it's hard to make out the people :)

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i did not enjoy because why i din not enjoy because that get cost money when you build building of slide so that was i din not enjoy

Hello, guys! Which engine you're used for development?

Hey!

Just wanna say some things about the game in general and visuals.

First of all, that's a nice little park management game that reminds me of a good old Rollercoaster Tycoon. And that was a hell of a childhood of mine! :D So, thanks for your work on something so nice and a bit nostalgic.

The whole premice of this game, for those who don't know, is to build up your park, so people enjoy going into it. You offer them awesome waterslides and some other park things you do in amusement parks. They pay for your services and you have more money to expand your domain of entertainment!

The game goes for the voxel art-style (you can compare it with pixelated style, but it's a pretty rough comparison). The color pallet is nice to look at and it creates a happy atmosphere.

The music in this game is adorable. Not only it suits the the game style it's actually a really funny mood building music! I was pretty much blessed xD

All n' all, the game's in its early days but has a lot of potentials!

I wrote about some technical stuff on the games Gamejolt page too.

And I have a video about this game if you're interested in real-life reaction to it ;D