Pluto Strikes Back

This is the third done-under-7-days game that I have created. It was inspired by a very weird dream I had and the cruel treatment of planet Pluto. Or as it is now-a-days called dwarf planet Pluto.

I’m still looking for cruel criticism on my games, so don’t spear the comments.

Pluto Strikes Back

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The newest version (4.4 Mb) (Release 1.5)

The original blog post version (4.4 Mb) (Release 1)

What happens when a planet living on the edge loses its identity? It goes mad and releases its fury on to the unsuspecting solar system.
Your job is to control the huge baseball bat that is circulating Pluto. Try to hit the meteors so that they will cause damage to other planets.

Esc – Will quit the game.
Alt + enter – Will toggle fullscreen.

Game Design, Code & Gfx: Petri Purho ( petri.purho (at) )
Music: De Zwervende Keien (The Drifting Boulders) – Wooden Shoes In Tirol. The song is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 2.0 -license.
Sound Effects: from various sources: The Recordist, Tintagel’s Free Sound File Archive and

Physics model is based on Markus Ilmola’s tutorials.
Inspiration source: Experimental Gameplay Project.
Pluto Strikes Back uses: SDL, SDL_Image, SDL_Mixer and SDL_RotoZoom

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