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The Game

Between our world and the world beyond lie the Titan Souls, the spiritual source and sum of all living things. Now scattered amongst the ruins and guarded by the idle titans charged with their care, a solitary hero armed with but a single arrow is once again assembling shards of the Titan Soul in a quest for truth and power.

The lush, green over-world is nice to look at, but rune-encrusted temples are where the action happens. Each one contains a different titan, and kicking off a battle is as easy as firing your arrow at their slumbering forms. Now, if you've been following along up to this point, you've probably noticed a rather pressing logical fallacy: if your one arrow functioned as the starting gun for a titanic tussle, how do you fight after that? Easy. You take it back.

Titan Souls was first developed as part of Ludum Dare 28 in only a couple days and is open and sparse, with a lilting piano melody beckoning you into a world of giants with each note, enticing you to slay them, with a twist. The twist? Keeping in line with LD28′s theme of “you only get one,” our hero only has just one arrow and one health point with which to bring down the Colossal Titans. Keep in mind that you can dodge and roll to evade the monsters in the land, However, note that Titan Souls is not an easy game and you will die... Ultimately, Titan Souls is a game of precision positioning and timing, and something you'll learn quickly.

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