Photo Fight! (Christine Gagne, Garrison Davis, Jayson Fitch, Jim Arnold, Matt Gall, Rob Cigna, Tristan Meere, 2015) submitted to Ludum Dare 32 (April 17th-20th, 2015)
Are you ready for a photoshoot? In “Photo Fight,” up to four players duke it out in the craziest networked camera FPS deathmatch you’ll ever play! Race across three floating islands as you ragdoll other players by setting up the perfect shot. Collect filters to enable horse masks, floaties, goatees, and more! Prove your photography skills over a strict time limit and watch the bodies pile up. Line up the perfect shot and utter the words of power: Say Cheese!
NOTE: This is a networked multiplayer game, you’ll need some people to join you to engage in combat, but feel free to explore even by yourself!
Instructions: Take photos of other players to gain points. One photo of each enemy will be scored; the game will automatically submit the highest scoring photo. Line up your distance, angle, and zoom to get the best score, and get filters or multiple players on the screen for a bonus multiplier. All photos are scored and displayed at the end of the time limit. Most important: have fun!
play it online: http://www.darkwindmedia.com/PhotoFight/PhotoFightWeb.html
Photo Dojo (Nintendo, 2009).
Star in your very own fighting game on the Nintendo DSi!
Be the star of your own fighting game! Create up to 8 characters based on you and your friends, then fight to the end!
Welcome to Photo Dojo, where you create a dojo filled with ruthless (or humorous) fighting machines—using images of you and your friends! Use the Nintendo DSi Camera application to take pictures of yourself and your friends in various poses, then use the microphone to record sound effects and dialogue to give your warrior a voice. Choose one of the four available fighting styles, name your character, and you’re done! Better yet, repeat the simple, step-by-step process and create a lineup of up to eight fighters. Complete the setup of your game with the ability to make customized backgrounds and your choice of three awesome soundtracks…then prepare for battle! Two players can share one Nintendo DSi system and face off against each other in a one-on-one grudge match, while single-player mode offers the chance to pick your favorite fighter and take on a relentless wave of opponents of your own creation. If you’re ready for some seriously off-beat Kung Fu action—literally starring you—Photo Dojo’s unique twist on the side-scrolling beat’em up genre lets you use your imagination to set the stage for a fun-filled fight to the finish. May the best warrior win!