Well this was a no brainer. The ADVANCING WALL OF DOOM in jsb’s Evacuation for the Ludum Dare 48 hour competition number 14 was just that. It is a wall of doom that just keeps bouncing. All the villagers are idiots, until you come show them the way. Move your guy around with WASD keys, and round them up by going toward them. A little exclamation mark appears above their heads and they follow you. If they get too close to the wall a frowny happens, and when that happens you better round them up quick or they become pancakes. Little tiny pancakes. Once you get them near a bunker they turn to smiley faces (above their heads) and they automatically go into the bunker. I only played the game briefly, and there were 300 people to rescue, but you could only let 10 die before the game was over. So I don’t know if there was more than that one level, if you could call it a level. Oh yeah if you get a powerup you can hit ‘E’ to use it. Spacebar is supposed to show you where your little guy is. This game is so simple even a 5-year-old could play it. And yet not easy to master. Got to hand it to the author for making it so simple to play. A good pick-up and play game. The graphics are neat. It’s overhead view so there was no need to make everything so detailed. It was almost impressionistic but still pleasant to look at. There was only sound a crushing down of the wall coming down every so often, and a few beeps when, well i don’t know, not sure if it was guys going into bunkers or just being aware that I was there showing the way. In any case, give it a shot. Click the name after the actual umm name, of the game, to get it.