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Offline Sactual

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« Posted 2012-01-18 06:40:51 »


Hey guys, I have been remaking an olden classic, Breakout. It has been going through only a bit of bug testing, and I hope that I could get your opinion on the game as well, as I have only tested it on my friend's android phone and tablet.

Bitracker is basically a re-make of Breakout, however uses much more appealing graphics, and a few more power ups.

Bitracker uses LibGDX as its base, Box2D for its realistic physics, and Box2DLights for the beautiful scenery and lighting. Currently, this is my "one-man" team's first published game, and I hope you enjoy it.

In addition, I would like to thank blubee for the incredible help he has done for me and Bitracker, as he has helped out quite a lot with the game logic and processing system. Also, if you guys are ever interested in the music, it is by a band known as ParagonX9 whom makes amazing music that is great for classic arcade games, like this one.

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Offline ra4king

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« Reply #1 - Posted 2012-01-19 22:47:05 »

Beautiful! Shocked

I really dislike the input method, sliding the bar with my finger is really annoying since most of the time I can't see where the bar is :S

Also it lagged quite a bit on my Samsung Infuse 4G. It would run fine then suddenly the frame rate slows down randomly.

Great job Smiley

Offline Sactual

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« Reply #2 - Posted 2012-01-20 15:09:48 »

Thanks a lot for the review.  Smiley

Anyways, I will soon be putting this up on the Android Market, and I will be implementing SwarmConnect into the game. With SwarmConnect implemented, there will be Leaderboards and Achievements available for the game.
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Offline Sactual

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« Reply #3 - Posted 2012-01-24 08:32:17 »

Alright, the Android Market and Amazon Market links are up! Also, Swarm has been successfully implemented in the game =)!.
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