Attack of the Giant Mutant Lizard

Control a giant mutant lizard to eat people, stomp cars, and throw things with your mutant tail which has claws for some reason. Spend points on upgrades and new abilities and try to survive an increasingly deadly hail of bullets.

You can find an early playable demo at GameJolt.

In case anyone's interested in testing the Android version (decent phone recommended -- 4.1 and up required), here is a thing you may want to click on. I'm interested in seeing what devices have an acceptable frame rate as well as any other problems that pop up.

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I recently modified my game to enable me to add translated versions of all the text in the game. All that's needed now is the translations.


Unknown Jun, 30th 2019 at 23:28

This is a very good game but there is only 3 monsters I wish you could create your owne monster

Unknown Mar, 27th 2019 at 21:35

How do I get past the skyscraper?

ExtraMedicated Mar, 27th 2019 at 22:21

You need to upgrade the "attack" skill until you unlock the roll attack. Then press 'r' to roll into the side of the building.

Unknown Feb, 8th 2019 at 07:25

who do i kill the ship

ExtraMedicated Feb, 8th 2019 at 12:49

You need to unlock the "hammer throw" ability. You can practice that move in the practice game mode.

Unknown Jan, 2nd 2018 at 01:44

will it be on ios/apple phones?Do you think it will come out on steam soon?

ExtraMedicated Jan, 2nd 2018 at 03:35

I wasn't really planning on making an iOS version, but it is a possibility. I don't own any Apple devices that I could test it on though.

I'd like to put it in early access on Steam within two months or so. But it's really difficult to give any time estimate. I will say that the finished game will be quite short.



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Apr, 28th 2019

Localization: Help Me Translate!


Help Me Translate!

Are you fluent in both English and another language?

If you answered "No", then we have at least one thing in common and we should hang out sometime. (I'm joking. Don't come near me.)

But if you answered "Yes", then you may be able to help me make my game support multiple languages.

I recently modified my game to enable me to add translated versions of all the text in the game. All that's needed is the translations, and as all the confusing international comments on Google Play I've read so far have proven, Google Translate is not exactly reliable when it comes to translating things correctly.

If you are interested in helping to translate even just some of the text, contact me at


Nov, 25th 2018

Update 2018-11-25

A couple changes. Most notably, two more monsters. There's also a trailer which is already slightly outdated.

Jan, 1st 2018

Update 2018-01-01

It's been over 7 months since my last update. I should probably write a few things about what I've been up to.

Originally Posted: Apr 23, 2017 at IndieDB

Target Practice -- Featuring a New Ability

Hey everybody! I’m back with a shiny new version of the demo featuring target practice mode and a new ability to mess around with.

Originally Posted: Mar 4, 2017 at IndieDB

Cutscene Animation and a Funny Lesson About Sound Effects Packs

This entry is about a new cutscene I made, and also about why I hate searching for sound effects.

Originally Posted: Feb 5, 2017 at IndieDB

Toon Shading, Steam, and a New Gameplay Video

Thanks for helping my game get Greenlit! Here's a gameplay video showing what the game looks like with a toon shader on everything.

It’s been about a month since my last post, so I thought I should take some time to say a few things about my game and recent developments before people start to think I’ve gone missing.

Originally Posted: Jan 1, 2017 at IndieDB

Another Year, Another Devlog...

I'm updating the demo with some of the latest improvements, and I'm also working on improving the UI graphics.

Originally Posted: Dec 26, 2016 at IndieDB

Greenlight and a New Gamelay Video and Other Fun Things

Hey, everyone -- I just put my game on Greenlight, so go put on your voting pants and get ready to click any and all buttons that have the word "Yes" on them!

Originally Posted: Nov 27, 2016 at IndieDB

Devlog 2016-11-27

Hello, people. It’s been a relatively productive holiday weekend and I have some new stuff to show (I didn’t update the demo though).

Originally Posted: Nov 21, 2016 at IndieDB

Update 2016-11-20

It's been a few weeks since my last update. Here's a summary of what I've been up to (Bug fixes, mostly. But there's a few new things to show too). Contains GIFs!

Originally Posted: Oct 15, 2016 on IndieDB

Update 2016-10-15

Updated the demo with a new enemy type. I also added the project to Steam Greenlight as a concept and I'm looking for feedback.

Originally Posted: Oct 2, 2016 at IndieDB

Mobile Version Alpha Testing and Other News

A link to opt-in for testing the mobile version from Google Play and a few words about the other bits I've been working on.

Originally Posted: Sept 11, 2016 at IndieDB

Updated Demo.

Added a couple improvements including two new upgrade types and new button graphics for the upgrades menu.

Originally Posted: Aug 11, 2016 at IndieDB

Demo Released

I just released the first playable build. Includes a single scene made just for the demo, with a brief tutorial at the start.

Originally Posted: Aug 20, 2016 at IndieDB

Searching for Sounds

A brief update about my progress so far, and my search for audio clips that don't make me cringe when I listen to them.

Originally Posted: Aug 11, 2016 at IndieDB


Control a giant mutant lizard to eat people, stomp cars, and throw things with your mutant tail which has claws for some reason.

Originally Posted: Aug 11, 2016 at IndieDB


It's been about 3 years since I started working on this game, and it's come a long way, but has a long way to go yet.

The main idea behind it is that you control a monster with claws at the end of its tail to grab and throw things. The animation for this is driven by inverse kinematics (IK) so it looks all fancy. I started with the intention of making the game for Android phones but it works just as well with a mouse and keyboard.

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So far, all the modelling, animation, textures (except for some default UI stuff), and programming was done by me, except for some plugins that I couldn't or didn't want to do, and some sections of code taken from various forums or tutorials and whatnot.

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Some of the plugins that I used (the ones I can think of, anyway) are:
- Final IK by RootMotion -- This is what controls the movement of the creature's tail and spine, and I'm quite pleased with how well it works.
- Simply A* by BFGames -- Used for the police vehicles to navigate. The regular traffic just follows predefined paths.
- Spawner - Free by Garth de Wet -- I'm actually not sure if I'm still using this one. I was using it, but I made a heavily modified version to work better for my purposes and I'm not sure if anything from the original package is still used, but I think the guy still deserves credit.
- CN Joystick by Cyrill Nadezhdin -- I'm using a modified version of this, which I changed to make it work better with my other custom input stuff. But a lot of the original code is still there.




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