Awesome, thank you, look forward to trying it.
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Love the music, and the visual effects, and the atmosphere; I think I just LOVE the game in general. The ending's kinda bleak though..
How did you do the scanlines and the convex screen thing (if you don't mind me asking)?
Sorry, I don't intend to release the source at all, and unfortunately when you use something as basic as C and SDL to program your game you end up with a lot of boilerplate and boring code (in fact a large portion of my code is generated using Python scripts to save time and my sanity.)
Thanks for the feedback. I'll speed up the paddles if you like, but unfortunately that means finding another way to make the AI beatable (chance for error or something). Sounds I would love to have in the game, but my computer nearly explodes when I've tried to run lmms (a DAW) on my computer.
Dark, really dark, but good. A+ for art. FYI, your game runs on Linux using the .sh script. You should only need to distribute one version actually, the .exe for Windows and the .sh which should launch on both Mac and Linux are both in the Windows .zip download, makingit cross-platform.
It's fun and runs well in Wine. It really should spawn asteroids indefinitely, rather than just quitting out after 2 rounds.
(P.S. Gamemaker Studio exports to Mac and Linux, it would be neat to see support for them.)
Hey, thanks for the comment! I'm usually all for cross-platform actually, but I'm (evidently) a Linux user and Windows is being difficult to compile for. I'm still working on the game, and unfortunately as it stands the AI is theoretically impossible to beat. Ironically enough, good AI programming involves programming flaws into it (something that I need to get into ASAP, lol.)
My specs aren't great, but I can run most other games smoothly.
- OS: Linux Mint 17 64-Bit
- CPU: 2.40ghz Intel i3 dual core
- RAM: 4GB
- Graphics: Intel Integrated "HD"
- Browser: Firefox 45
I didn't mean to be a pain or anything, but I think due to the very graphical focus of your game (it looks great btw) and that it's in-browser it's probably best played by more recent and higher-end setups.
Makes me feel nostalgic and relaxed, love the aesthetic of the game.
I'll give you an even better rating if you make your game load custom levels. I duplicated one of the level files and made my own, but your game evidently isn't built to load levels as they come.
The art was awesome, especially the quasi-3d block dudes (are they pre-rendered?). My only complaints art-wise were the main character and the top-hat wearing statues. I also thought it was pretty neat that the in-game music overlapped the menu music.
My only suggestions are to add co-op multiplayer, sort of like Gauntlet: Dark Legacy. (Ideally local, but I have no idea how you'd figure out the controls for that.) And maybe to make a standalone version of your game, if your engine / tool-set allow it.
You can leave a comment on your own rating page, unfortunately other people won't get notifications if you respond, but I've made a habit of just checking the pages I've commented on occasionally. (Sorry if you already knew, just saying in case you didn't.)
Hey all, just thought I'd announce that my game now supports Windows. It's cross-compiled from a Linux system so it would be cool if people could test it out and tell me how it works. I know a Pong clone isn't all that exciting but you should check it out if you haven't already.
This is pretty cool, not much use to me though (having a Linux machine with an LCD screen), but it's cool nonetheless.
The standalone executable runs fairly well under Wine. I get screen tearing, idk if that's a side-effect of it running in Wine or not, but it's pretty and saves the screen so 5/5.