A downloadable game for Windows and Linux

Ultimate Death Kill is a 2 to 8 player local multiplayer 2d deathmatch game.

Features

  • Great platforming feel
  • Dynamic physics
  • 2 of 7 weapons randomized each round
  • Keyboard and controller support (Xbox 360)
  • Teams or Free for All (Solo) modes

Controls

Xbox

Left Analog - Move
A - Jump (Repel in Air)
B - Fire 1
X - Fire 2

Keyboard

Arrows/WASD - Move Player 7/8
Shift - Fire 1
Control - Fire 2


Changes

  • Changed game length from 5 minutes to 3 minutes (December 29)
  • Changed Spawn time from 3 seconds to 1 second (December 29)
  • Small map change to lower mid platform (December 29)
  • Fixed a bug where blood would loop endlessly (December 29)
  • Fixed a bug where if you won but were dead the camera would zoom to a random location (December 29)
  • Fixed a bug where bullets were destroying too early (November 28)

More information

Published1 year ago
StatusReleased
PlatformsWindows, Linux
Rating
(1)
Authorraygagne
GenreAction
Tags2D, Fast-Paced, Local multiplayer, Pixel Art, Retro, Sports, Versus
Average durationAbout an hour
LanguagesEnglish
InputsKeyboard, XBox 360 controllers
Player count1 - 8
MultiplayerLocal multiplayer

Download

Download
udk.zip (18 MB)
Download
udklinux 64 bit.zip (22 MB)

Comments

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Hi! I had fun playing this game with my little brother.

Glad you had fun! Thanks for trying it out.

I am not going to lie, when I first saw this game, I was very skeptical. It's pixels, it lacks any fine details or emotion. But then, something amazing happened. I got a few people together, and played a game.

It blew us away. With rockets.

Watch for yourself (Language Warning):

A simple game, that really delivers, awesome.

Thanks for trying the game out. It was really great to watch the video. Should result in some bug fixes and changes (blood constantly looping at death spot, zooming in on winner when dead). Last time I debugged with friends I had had a few beverages and forgot to record it so this was very helpful. Watched a couple other of your vids as well. Keep up the good work!

Thanks! :)