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Offline userek

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« Posted 2009-01-12 01:56:14 »




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This is my game, its a 4k remake of nes/snes/arcade classic (well, not really a classic but i loved it Wink) fighting game with unique controlls.
It may be a bit tricky in the begining, anyway here is how it works.
There is a mark that shows up on characters It may show up on upper, middle or low point. If it shows on a player, he must block, if its on the enemy its time to strike Wink.
ESC - quit
UP - upper block
LEFT/RIGHT - middle block or move left/right
DOWN - low block
UP + Z - high kick
LEFT/RIGHT + Z - middle kick
DOWN + Z - low kick
UP + X - high punch
LEFT/RIGHT + X - middle punch

Comments are welcome.

Offline luisoft

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Projects: 6


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« Reply #1 - Posted 2009-01-12 01:58:45 »

cool game. I love all these remakes! I'm working on a few games from 80's (MSX games)
Offline userek

Junior Devvie


Projects: 1



« Reply #2 - Posted 2009-01-19 12:59:20 »

UPDATE!



Game starts with a tutorial now! Similar to one that original game has. Also enemies now look different than the player Wink.
I wanted to improve the gameplay but i ran out of space, so ths is probably the one an only update...

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« Reply #3 - Posted 2009-03-08 17:38:45 »

Awesome title screen; it’s the best title screen I’ve seen.  Interesting that you hid the window borders.  I can’t believe that the game includes a training period.  Those strings must have used up a lot of space.  If you chose better colors, I think the sprites could have been much improved.  After training, I’m still no good at this.  In a fighting game, I really don’t want to learn so much.  How about an attack button that randomly punches and kicks and a block button, plus jump and move left/right?  Also, slow it down so that I can actually kill the enemy. 
Offline userek

Junior Devvie


Projects: 1



« Reply #4 - Posted 2009-03-11 21:51:03 »

Awesome title screen; it’s the best title screen I’ve seen.  Interesting that you hid the window borders.  I can’t believe that the game includes a training period.  Those strings must have used up a lot of space.  If you chose better colors, I think the sprites could have been much improved.  After training, I’m still no good at this.  In a fighting game, I really don’t want to learn so much.  How about an attack button that randomly punches and kicks and a block button, plus jump and move left/right?  Also, slow it down so that I can actually kill the enemy. 
Hello,
Thanks for your comment. All the strings use a lot of space but I realized that this game is too difficulit and needs a tutorial Smiley. I use same paletes original game does, I'm not much of artist so I don't think i could do any better Wink.
Actually original game has two control modes: "standard" and "master". Standard mode is similar to what you propose: forward is a block, and there are two attack buttons: punch and kick. I decided to implement master mode because i thought standard would be too trivial - i guess only for me hehe. The first enemy is supposed to be easy to beat but now its rather too late for making improvments since the contest is closed Wink.
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