Not Welcome Here

A very short "game" meant to give the player some sense of displacement.
Jam Site: 
Jam year: 
2015
Platforms: 
Mac OS X, Linux / Unix
Technology Notes: 
This game was built in "Game Programming Language", a simple language built by Dr. Tyson Henry of Chico State University. The language is used to teach his students the basics of compiler design. Game Programming Language, unfortunately, uses only an interpreter. As such, it cannot be compiled into a stand-alone executable - to play this game, you would need Dr. Henry's interpreter, among multiple library prerequisites.
Installation Instructions: 

To get this game running, you need to make sure you have the proper libraries -and- have Dr. Henry's interpreter.

The best guide to getting this done is on his webpage:

http://www.ecst.csuchico.edu/~tyson/classes/515.s15/docs/getting_started...

GOOD LUCK WITH IT! (You can skip step C in Part 1)

Credits: 

Gerritt Dorland - Programming, Design, Art

Game Stills: 
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