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Turncoat Protocol

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Lori.hThere is a saying that goes, when you're on your deathbed, you never wish you worked longer in the office. But you had better believe your higher ups don't have the same wish for you. In Out of Bounds' strategy game, Turncoat Protocol, you're the last survivor of a scout group laying on your death bed... or, well, whereever they found your body. Though you are slowly dying, you don't have time to let your life flash before your eyes as your headquarters contacts you. They need you to piece together from your memories a simulation of the strategies your dying brain is losing its grasp on. Using the bombs that are given to you, you must place them in the right spots to destroy the simulated cities. Time is not on your side, as you are literally in the last few minutes you'll ever have. As time passes in this scifi puzzle, the screen becomes more glitchy, making it harder to pass on this vital information.

Turncoat Protocol has a simple interface with the different sizes of bombs at your disposal shown in the upper right hand side of the screen. Using your mouse, you place them on the battlefield in an attempt to destroy the yellow objects. While you have "small", "medium", and "big" bombs, you have to figure out how wide the path of destruction goes by just testing it for yourself. When you have placed the bomb, hitting the simulate button shows you if it would actually work. If it didn't, you can reset it and move your little targets around. It's a simple idea, but harder than it sounds. As the game progresses and you grow weaker, you'll have to be quick as the screen will jump and move things around. Made for a Game Jam, it is on the shorter side, and just as things are getting really tricky, it will end. For the ride it is, it's still a clever puzzle with plenty of entertainment. Keep up a good pace, and make your higher-ups happy. I mean it's the least you could do with your last few minutes of life.

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bearharry October 21, 2015 4:18 AM

it is too lag when starting the game, and I need a mute button...

ChaoSpectre October 22, 2015 2:29 AM

Indeed. I am certain that this provided narrative of the scouting party and the lonely surviving is the one and only most true version of actual events.

There is no computable way that the reality of this situation is anything less than has been described.



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