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A jam entry

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​Remake of Joust (1982) - [for the Highsight Game Jam #1.]
Submitted by Hacked Studio games with 5 hours, 34 minutes before the deadline

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Really nice game .The controls are smooth on keyboard and gamepad, I hope you continue working on it  


Hey Hacked, this is really fine for a first game :) Just as Hairein said, the gameplay feels nice, and the arcade style is very present. However, I think a bit of polishment would do this game wonders. If you don't mind, I recommend this video:

 Notice that's just my opinion! If you aimed a more retro style, then please disconsider what I said (laughs). Anyway, great job doing it, hope you had fun!


Yeah !!! The video you shared is great! Really cool!! It will help me for the future, thank you very much ;) It's nice! Sorry for the response time I was on another project. By cons, I'm not really oriented "Retro Gaming". Héhéhé I participated in the Atari JAM to get into the skin of the old school developers (Develop quickly good arcade game), because the theme is cool and because of Steve Jobs ... But I will really fine-tune everything. I think this version can be considered a rough draft. But it was really cool to produce so far You are good advice, thank you very much !!! And thank you for playing, I hope you'll like the following versions.


Very nicely done! I thought the intro and visual overall style were very nicely done and with the music, the game brings out the arcade feeling almost immediately. Coupled with the good controls, I found this an overall pleasurable experience, thanks!


Ahaaah, thank you very much, truly! It's my first game. I will fine-tune the graphics pretty quickly and diversify the scenery. And eventually I consider more scripted animation and much more level too. <span <thank="" you="" again="" for="" your="" comment,="" it's="" very="" motivating!<="" span="">Thank you again for your comment, it's very motivating! Take care of yourself</span> ;)