Alright, finally finished my first compo entry at the last minute!
The game is a bit of a mash-up between Zelda: Four Swords
and Princess Maker
. You spend some of your time in the dungeon, killing monsters and getting gold, and the rest of your time in town training and building stats. You can play with up to 4 players on a single computer, and I've also included support for controllers.
Latest version: http://sandbox.yoyogames.com/games/110259-dungeons-of-fayte
There's a lot of content in the game, with four dungeons, 12 classes, and over 40 character endings, so it should have some replay value. Lots of unique events all over the place to enjoy as well.
The game is meant for co-op, but there is some difficulty scaling, so you shouldn't have any problems playing single-player.
Of course, this is for the Assemblee competition, so I made liberal use of other people's awesome assets. Here are the additional credits:
Content Design: Tanya Short
Art from: Oddball, Oryx, and Geese
Sound: Atuun, Jorge Boscan, Shaktool, Stian Stark
Music: Craig Stern, JRHill, Patrick Alexander, Synnah, Wyvern, Stevobread, and Shackles
Special Thanks: Dariusk for fixing the blurriness, and Dom2D for his awesome box art.
UPDATE: Fixed an issue an town where you could get stuck on each other while exiting buildings, and also fixed the healing pool text. And I also buffed casters a bit, they were kind of weak before.
UPDATE #2: A small number of people have had problems with an Unexpected Error when the game boots up, so I posted a version of the game that uses a dll to play mp3s instead. This version loads much faster and I've also included a quit warning.
UPDATE #3: The new version has an .exe that fixes the blurriness, as well as the old, extra blurry version just in case.
UPDATE #4: Updated with two new classes, the Storm Mage and Summoner, a bunch of new events, and other tweaks and fixes.
UPDATE #5: Added the Hall of Legends, including a big nasty challenge and unlockables. Also fixed a few bugs, and made the Buccaneer a lot more useful. Special thanks to Geeze for some extra art!