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Destruction!View game page »

Destroy the moon! Oh wait...
Submitted by Centuria game dev with 1 day, 15 hours before the deadline
Rated by 18 people so far
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Movie scene description (plus video link if possible!)
The battle right before the trench run where almost everyone dies.

Does your game or video link contain movie spoilers?

Yes (minor spoilers)

Please list any pre-made art/music/other assets that you used.
charcter.gif, deathstar.jpg, By-The-Coder (1).png

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Have to agree that grey-on-grey was hard to figure out. Also the hit-boxes seemed a little off or too large. I wouldn't have chosen to do this scene top-down because the tunnel flight is so iconic, it loses some impact without the perspective. Thought it was a good effort overall.

I had a lot of trouble seeing the green and red energy blasts. Having some sound effects play when they are fired could help make it more obvious to the player.


Yeah I will do that in the future!

I would agree with the previous comment on it being a little hard to see the sprites against the background. Music is fantastic even if it doesn't quite feel very Star Wars. It might also benefit from sections you could clear that get progressively harder to add some extra challenge as you get further into the game (e.g. more enemies, faster enemies etc). Good job though :D



It was a little hard to see the sprites on top of that background and it looks like the score doesn't reset after each run (though maybe that's a feature so every run is a high score run!).

Definitely gets the point across of racing to destroy the death star. Nice job!

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Thanks! And yeah I forgot to restart the score whoops!

It reminded me Star Force for NES.