Hello everyone ! I'm creating a game for the Explosive Game Jam and I'm looking for a programmer to my game ! Here is the details of my game :
Project name :
Game genre :
Clean an overpopulated galaxy by making the habitants go out of bounds ! Each creatures have their own habilities to progress ! (For now, there will be 3 types of creatures)
Ask me if you are interesed ! (Ask me any questions)
Thank you ! Here is what we need to do for that game :
Each creatures have his own unique ability (Exept the yellow ones).
Select the creature you want to control using the X button. (If the button to use an abillity is O)
The abilities of the gray creatures can be activated by the O button (if the button to switch players is X)
I think that grid-based movement should take less time to make.
Gimmiks that can be used by any creatures to help each others (for example an elevator powered by a button.
To clear a level, ALL creatures MUST go out of bounds. Using spikes to get rid of them wont work.
The ability to blue creatures to climb ladders.
- Stairs, can make you go up or down by going in the right way. (Sorry, didn't mentioned earlier)
Don't worry ! I know there is a lot to do here ! I putted the most important ones in bold. You can come back to the rest later.
I'll give feedback about your coding.
Ok, that's a good start.
But there are some minor / major problems :
You can set up the player selected (the number up to the right) to negative which don't make any sense.
You can set up the player selected higher than the number of players on-screen. Make sure when you press X (or O) the player selected goes back to 1 or something like that.
The players can't jump in the original game (expect the gray ones but that don't really count as a jump).
There are some unused players. Here are all the players we'll be using :
[8x8] [8x8] [8x8]
I don't like the particle effect. But if you add an effect when a creature lands, it would be better !
- Anything I found that is not what I intended to have will be posted here.
Other than that, everything worked fine !
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