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151  Games Center / WIP games, tools & toy projects / Re: Stacker - Block stacking arcade game on: 2013-08-03 00:52:33
I'm using LibGDX which is an AMAZING framework that runs on all desktop operating systems, and iOS and Android, without altering your code. LibGDX is based off of LWJGL, OpenGL, OpenAL, and stuff like that though. Click my Github link on the main post to see some of the code in action.

http://libgdx.badlogicgames.com/
152  Games Center / Featured Games / Re: FarSky on: 2013-08-02 02:57:35
Ah, that sucks. It's reasonable though.
153  Games Center / WIP games, tools & toy projects / Re: Stacker - Block stacking arcade game on: 2013-08-02 02:43:16
It's hard coded to wait exactly three seconds before the machine "turns on" just for effect. Eventually there will also be music that sounds as if it's "booting up" with the machine. Whenever I add the music I'll shorten the time it takes for the machine to turn on.
154  Games Center / Featured Games / Re: FarSky on: 2013-08-02 01:55:48
I actually really like all the noises, except the one that the blood makes. I really like the background music too.

Another thing that would make everything look a lot more connected was if the plants showed some sign of connecting to the ground, whether it be a change of ground color, or texture around the base of the plant, or something like that.

Would you possibly consider making it open source and tracking progress through something like Git/Github? I'd love to see the code, and follow the progress like that. If not, that's totally understandable, though.
155  Games Center / WIP games, tools & toy projects / Re: Stacker - Block stacking arcade game on: 2013-08-01 20:42:32
Thanks for pointing out the error.

And I had planned for a winning screen of some sort, and a statistic tracking system. There will also be a few other additions that make it better graphically, such as menus, and an animation of the block "falling" when it misses the block selection below it instead of just disappearing. I'll update the "TODO" with those ideas.
156  Games Center / Featured Games / Re: FarSky on: 2013-08-01 20:40:46
I really like the idea and the graphical style so far. Seems like it's going to be a great game. But like a lot of other people have said, the blood particles, and the noise in my opinion, take away from the style of the game. They seem out of place.

I think having the entity glow red without the blood effects would look fine. Also I would suggest looking into a new sound, as it kind of doesn't match the "style" of the game, but that's just my opinion.

Great game so far. Will be sure to check back on its progress.
157  Games Center / WIP games, tools & toy projects / Re: Stacker - Block stacking arcade game on: 2013-08-01 20:16:17
Thanks for trying it out! If anyone has any suggestions for additions to gameplay, or any constructive criticism of anything about the game, it would be much appreciated.
158  Games Center / WIP games, tools & toy projects / Stacker - Block stacking arcade game on: 2013-08-01 03:02:34


Commercial Explanation:
Stacker by Elsea Labs is a free and open-source game based on the popular “Stacker” physical arcade game. Use your gaming skills to stack blocks on top of each other and try to make your tower reach the top of the grid. You'll earn points based on time and skill and be able to compare your score with friends who also play. This arcade-styled game is a great way to pass time or challenge yourself.

Development Notes
The game is almost done, so I figured I would put it on the forums for suggestions and to have people review the code. I'm new to JGO, so hello, and I hope you enjoy this and my future games!

If you run the game via console/terminal, you will see more details about the scoring system.

Check the to-do list to see what's left, and feel free to help out, make suggestions, or point out bugs.

Download: Current Github Pre-Release
Note: This is the game in its current state as seen on GitHub. This is unfinished and not fully featured.

Source Code: https://github.com/Elsealabs/Stacker/tree/master/com/elsealabs/stacker
Changes: https://github.com/Elsealabs/Stacker/commits/master
To-do List: https://github.com/Elsealabs/Stacker/blob/master/TODO
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