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Offline mikekknd

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« Posted 2012-04-17 20:14:59 »

Hi there, my friends and myself just start a little workshop to make Android games.
We are still in the progress of learning so please let us know if you encounter any problem.



Platform:Android 2.2+

Name:Storm Captain

Type:Adventure

Google Play Download:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.yodawnla.windCaptain

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Overview:
The control of game is easy, swipe your finger across the screen to create strong wind that blow the pirate ship away from rocks and deadly whirlpool. Click on the enemy to shoot bomb shell at them. The wind can also blow the enemy ship together to crash them or deflect the rain of arrows.

Thank you and hope you could give us some feedback to help us improve our next game. Cool
Offline Damnesia

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« Reply #1 - Posted 2012-04-17 21:50:47 »

The picture looks amazing!
If i'd have an android phone (shame) I'd definately give it a try!

Be sure to visit my website www.damnesiagames.com [WIP]
Offline oByhring

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« Reply #2 - Posted 2012-04-21 10:29:35 »

Hi!

I tried the game today, and it ran without a problem Smiley

I thought the wind concept worked really well, and had a lot of fun crashing boats together and against rocks. I wanted to use the wind ability a lot more than the cannon.
 For me though, the game was a little bit on the easy side, so the first 5 or 6 levels it felt a little slow.
This is coming from someone who plays _alot_ of computer games; your average player might not see this as a problem.

The graphics were really nice, especially the level backgrounds

Something that struck me as odd, were the whirlpools not damaging enemies, and enemy ships "eating" rocks when they ran over them =p

PS: I played until I beat the Kraken boss.
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Offline mikekknd

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« Reply #3 - Posted 2012-04-23 06:20:42 »

Glad to hear that you like the wind concept Cheesy
It was designed to be a little slow because it would be too hard for average player to respond for the fast incoming cannon shell. It would become more intense as the level increase.

The enemy ship had force field to protect them from whirlpools so they take no damage Tongue (just kidding lol

Thanks for playing and giving feedback. It really help us a lot in future design Wink
Offline ra4king

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« Reply #4 - Posted 2012-04-30 00:29:24 »

This game is so good looking and polished, not to forget FUN! The instructions were amazingly clear for only being pictures. At first I thought the gameplay would get repetitive but as played it more and more, I still enjoyed it Smiley

This should definitely be featured!

Offline jojoh

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« Reply #5 - Posted 2012-04-30 00:59:26 »

It seemed like a very nice game. Nice design and good complexity level for a phone game and interesting way to control the game. However I had a problem that my phone (Samsung Galaxy S) wasn't quite responsive. I haven't really experienced this before and am not sure why this happened now. The biggest problem was that the deflect arrows quite often didn't happen when such a hiccup happened.  Cry  It seems like the game was running but not updating the screen or getting inputs, since the ships jumps forward during the hiccups. I tried rebooting the phone, but same result.

It otherwise seems to be a fun game.

Offline ReBirth
« Reply #6 - Posted 2012-04-30 03:44:18 »

Really look like One Piece Grin an apk maybe? I only can try it on app player.

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