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Offline Thoughtful Development
« Posted 2015-05-10 05:15:59 »

Its a simple Table Tennis simulator. Move the racket with your mouse, dragging mouse button clicked will smash and rolling the mouse wheel will curve. You play against a computer, rallying the ball back and forth. Whichever hits the others side gets a point, you have 3 lives and you try to get as many points as you can with your high-score saved but it wont be easy as the AI is very good.

 Don't expect much graphics-wise as this game is written by someone 13, whose still not an expert but believe me I'm working on it with progress.

Edit: Version 1.1

Fixed minor glitches with the ball physics
Fixed and improved smashing control.

Enjoy this release!

Offline Jesse

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« Reply #1 - Posted 2015-05-10 05:54:32 »

Worked fine here. Looks very good. I don't know if you're looking for feedback, but I'll mention one technical thing I noticed, which is that the ball bounces forward even if you hit it going 'backward' with your paddle. But, maybe you already know about that.
Offline Thoughtful Development
« Reply #2 - Posted 2015-05-11 03:45:00 »

This is a very early blueprint of my future game. I've already noticed that if you hit it "backwards" it goes forwards and this should be fixed in a future update. Thanks for your feedback, I really appreciate it.
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Offline guigui768
« Reply #3 - Posted 2015-05-11 18:14:53 »

What is the point if u cant beat the computer?

I asume you used the basic AI for pong games where you move relative to the ball position?

Offline Thoughtful Development
« Reply #4 - Posted 2015-05-11 19:40:56 »

I've never said and it was never so that you couldn't beat the computer. The AI follows the balls relative position but when the ball goes fast or curves the AI makes judgement mistakes much like a real player so the AI is completely beatable if you try hard.
Offline guigui768
« Reply #5 - Posted 2015-05-11 19:58:22 »

Oh okay!

I played again and I made one score,Im happy now

I made a Tennis game once like NES style Cheesy

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