A downloadable game for Windows

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Game is now on Steam as well! If you want to unlock achievements and compete on leaderboards, go there!

Carrie's Order Up! is a challenging arcade game inspired by the likes of Pac-Man and Game & Watch. As Carrie, a crab waitress in a port town's restaurant, you have to serve spaghetti, pancakes, and burgers to all kinds of sea creatures without bumping into them! Using twitch reflexes and Carrie's spin-to-win moves, can you beat all 20 rounds and get a high score?

Contains:

  • Service Mode featuring 20 Rounds of food serving and fish skirting!
  • Unlockables: Endless mode, new level layouts, color palettes... and a playable extra character!
  • 160 side challenges for completionists!
  • Customizable controls, sound levels, window size
  • In-game record keeping
  • High score tables that help emulate the old-school arcade feel
  • Colorful, SNES-quality pixel art
  • Straightforward mechanics, with tricks to learn if you want to master the game!
  • Hours of replayability for those that want a challenge!




Order Up was made in Game Maker Studio over the course of a year, on and off, by Ink Dragon Works:


New Build: December 24th, 2015

Holiday mode added!


If the download page doesn't appear, please contact redreptileco@hotmail.com for your copy
    StatusReleased
    PlatformsWindows
    Rating
    Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
    (11)
    AuthorCleave
    GenreAction
    Made withGameMaker: Studio
    Tags16-bit, Arcade, Christmas, Cute, Fast-Paced, Female Protagonist, GameMaker, Pixel Art, Retro, Score Attack
    Average sessionAbout a half-hour
    LanguagesEnglish

    Purchase

    Buy Now$2.99 USD or more

    In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $2.99 USD. Your purchase comes with a Steam key. You will get access to the following files:

    CarriesOrderUp.zip 21 MB

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    Can we have a Linux version too?

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    I've finally begun playing this gem I've found, and my thoughts and feelings are many and forming.

    I would like to start however by expressing something: I very strongly like the art of this game, and much of that has to do with - bear with me - the Western elements.

    I can tell that at least a little bit of anime influence was present, as exemplified by the frame when the restaurant floods, wherein Carrie's eyes are squinted in those upside-down sevens and the way her arms are shown to flounder. The ''teleport'' the character playing the barista role does also reflects this.

    However, much of the rest of the art style is impressive and reminds me of two of my personal favorite periods of American Animation History: the late classic era, when characters were still drawn like their 1920's counterparts, yet the animation grew increasingly fluid, limbs grew slightly more jointed, and colors were added to bring out character; and, the golden age of animation, in terms of how expressive Carrie, Calcia, and the patrons are. I can just imagine a contemporary-styled Hannah-Barbera or a Disney short film about each of these characters, complete with those smooth eye rolls and signature visual gags.

    It's not just these, either. The art style, in terms of individual frames and scaling - especially in the slide show sketches between stages - remind me of Sunday Newspaper Comics like classic Popeye and Peanuts.

    --

    Mind you, Mr. Rudolph's art style stands as distinctive on its own; he's made a unique work here for Carrie. That being said, the similarities and, as they apply, inspirations by these keystones of cartooning need to be acknowledged and given credit.

    Will this game be getting trading cards?

    (+1)

    Steam keys for groupees buyers??

    (+3)

    I sent the copy of the keys to Remute the night the game launched, and got a reply from him the night after that they were going to be distributed. I'm not involved in the distribution process of that, but I'll be checking up a few days to see if they've been all sent out or not.

    (+1)

    I've been waiting forever for the Steam version to come out; I even voted on the Steam Greenlight of it-- Is it still gonna come out on Steam?

    (+1)

    They said it'll be out on steam very soon its in the final stages. Achievements and stuff have been made, just waiting on an extra bit to the game I think. Also, if you buy it here you'll get the full on steam I believe, they'll send the key.

    Yeah! I'm doing some final touches. I really apologize, combination of MFA classes and burn out has been causing the huge delay. Thank you a lot for your patience. I'll be sending an email on news of the release soon. Maybe a week or so!

    (+1)

    Thanks so much for responding and finally releasing the game! I played it the day I got my key and was pleased with it. I hope you and your game make decent reveiws and cash. [:

    I'm glad to hear it! Thank you for your support Wolfie!

    Any plans to add this to steam? You can easy get a bunch of yes votes from groupees.

    Hope it's not too late, but I finally added it to Steam! Took a while due to school ha. http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=607519887

    i voted hopefully it gets greenlit quickly for you :)

    (+2)

    "I never thought I would Adore a crab to a unhealthy extent, that was until I saw carrie"-V0

    (+3)

    Really fun little game, found it thanks to a video on Hardcoregaming 101.

    The only few noteworthy gripes I have with the game are not being able to type out my initials on the game over screen (scrolling through the letters is so tedious!), not being able to turn off bilinear filtering, and the lack of variety when it comes to music. It's also a bit of a shame that the only significant difference between the different levels are the layouts of the tables. Also, is it just me or is there no sound for picking up plates from the tables? That's been tripping me up quite a bit.

    The characters are all absolutely adorable, portrayed by really good sprite art, the few gameplay elements that were implemented are really enjoyable, and the different gameplay options (arcade, "easy", endless) made available make this game really worth the asking price!