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Byte Vs. GNOME is a top-down shooter that I originally created for Ludum Dare #15.

It features the main character (A tiny, pig-tailed android named Byte) fighting evil gnomes who are gigantic compared to her.

The GNOME in the name is not a reference to the desktop environment. It stands for "Greedy Nasty Ornery Mean Evildoers"

The game is currently in a state of being torn apart and massively refactored to make it more flexible than the Ludum Dare version, which was very hastily made.

The new version is not playable, as the code is far too mangled.

Version 1.0 will be available when the game has been restored to its original state of playability.

Future versions will include much expanded content and gameplay, including a random level generator, multiple weapons and enemy types, and activators.

The FeatureWishList details the current list of coming features, as well as a list of those that have been implemented.

The wiki also contains information about the CurrentProjectStatus.

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