As the game progresses talking to people shows different problems that could arise and how you might solve them. It's interesting as talking keeps up morale and gives you insight into how to beat the game.
(Note: Theora is the video codec, Vorbis is audio. Safari and IE don't support Vorbis, Firefox doesn't support MP3, presumably due to licensing costs which I've heard estimated at $300k.)
A suggestion I had is to consider changing the text when someone leaves, "we'll probably won't see him again", to simply "we probably won't see him again", which is less awkward.
Overall, great idea and execution. It was fun, challenging, and evocative.
Can you rate my HTML5 submission for LD 26?
Maybe change the text to ‘Reload page to play again’?
on a side note, i consider a major loss, as my work issued laptop only has right and left mouse buttons. when a 1990 compaq already had a middle button there as well (not to mention a trackball instead of the lame touchpad) :)
This has been true since 2005, I think. Maybe you haven't used a Mac seriously in more than eight years, in which case you might reconsider your qualifications for discussing them.
In Chrome, Safari, and Firefox, the keyboard shortcut to reload a page is Command-R. What browser are you using?
- make the doctor, psy do some basic work, and when the engineer is close to finish the radio, kill them all(get extra meal).
- survive w/ the soldier until the end.