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Blob Wars: Blob and Conquer

Blob Wars: Blob and Conquer

Blob Wars: Blob And Conquer is a 3D action adventure game and a direct sequel to the 2D platform game, Blob Wars: Metal Blob Solid.

Control Bob, as you run around in this 3D world, dodging bullets and firing your own weapons at the same time. The auto-targeting system eases the process of doing the classic dodge and fire technique, where the player attempts to dodge the projectiles coming at him, firing away at the same time.

Unlike the previous game, this sequel is fully 3D and Bob is now accompanied on his missions by a number of other Blobs, mostly a side kick known as Teeka. The game features a much more intricate plot than the previous game and contains a number of static and real time cutscenes.

The game was developed over two years, and is written in C++ and uses SDL for its input and audio control, as well as OpenGL for rendering its graphics.

The game has been developed using a PS2 joypad.

†Blob Wars: B&C

License
GPL v2

Developer
Parallel Realities

Website
sourceforge.net/./blobandconquer

Requirements
OpenGL
SDL
SDL Image
SDL Mixer
SDL TTF
ZLib

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Features include:

  • Explore and battle in full 3D environments
  • Use and acquire mutliple weapons (uzis, shotguns, grenades)
  • Fight familiar enemies - Assimilated Blobs, Eye Droids, Spider Blobs, Sentry Guns
  • Auto targetting enables you to maintain a lock on enemies whilst dodging around
  • Blob allies - Fight alongside buddies such as Teeka the Scout
  • Boss Battles
  • Minigame puzzles
  • Over 30 Missions

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