A downloadable game for Windows and Mac OS X

Meet Landslide McQueen, a rich New York City stockbroker who is sick to death with the same walk home, every damn day.

So jump on your briefcase and show those faceless suits that you're a free spirit! It doesn't matter how much money you lose, in fact, the more the better!

Get a higher score by chaining together knock downs - if a flailing suit takes out another, you'll get double points. You can also try and inflate your score by grabbing some air time off the ramps and curbs!

How do YOU get home from work?

INSTRUCTIONS: Use A + D or the arrow keys to play!

Follow the developers at @nialljtaylor and @joegrainger!

Game audio, music, branding and interface by Oliver Reynolds-Duffy - oliver@reynoldsduffy.co.uk

Wanna email us? - baertowngames@gmail.com


"Landslide McQueen is a short but sweet action-puzzle game reminiscent of Katamari, where building up a high score is the “goal," but the hilarity that ensues is where the real fun lies." - Indie Statik

"You will love this little game" - Manchester Independent News

"If the game of the day is short, it is also very fun" - GetIndieGames


More information

Published2 years ago
StatusPrototype
PlatformsWindows, Mac OS X
Rating
(2)
Authorbaertown
GenreAction
Tags3D, Casual, free, game-jam, low-poly, Physics, simple
Average durationA few minutes
LanguagesEnglish
InputsKeyboard, Mouse, XBox 360 controllers, Gamepad (any)
Player countSingleplayer

Install instructions

Unzip to desired destination, and run the exe.

Download

Download
LANDSLIDE MCQUEEN - WIN v1.1 (13 MB)
Download
LANDSLIDE MCQUEEN - MAC v1.1 (18 MB)
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BONUS CONTENT (wallpapers / soundtrack) (4 MB)

Comments

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I had a lot of fun playing this game! Really limited in scope, but for what it does, it's a lot of fun. It would be really cool if there were more levels, since each run isn't very long. As this game stands though, it has a solid framework that'll bring you a couple minutes of fun. And that's exactly what I had!

I also made a video logging my experience in the game!

Good job, devs