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Offline murarz208

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« Posted 2017-10-12 17:31:04 »

Hello every one Smiley
This is my first post, so forgive me all my mistakes Wink
For last year I've been developing a match 3 game with (i think) interesting mechanics.



In this game - Hexival, You have to build your kingdom using limited amount od hexes while defending your land from incoming monsters.

There are 3 Main types of hexes:
- farms - gives You food,
- ‎mines - gives You diamonds,
- ‎village - triggers unit attack.

Using gathereded resources You can buy attack or armor upgrade, new soldier or trigger soldier attack.
After placing each Hex monster delay counter will decrement and when it reaches zero, monster will attack your units (counter value will go back to start value).
When You defeat monster a new one will appear and You will be rewarded with some amount od new hexes, diamonds and food.

What do you think about this mechanics? Would you change something? Is it interesting? Smiley
Btw, I'm using libgdx with guava.

I've got also some gifs with gameplay footage  Grin
Thanks for any replay Wink

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Offline Gornova
« Reply #1 - Posted 2017-10-14 16:03:22 »

there is a playable build somewhere? More easy to understand if it's possible to play with your game Cheesy

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Offline murarz208

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« Reply #2 - Posted 2017-10-14 17:17:11 »

No, I didn't publish game anywhere Wink
Maybe on next build I will upload apk somewhere and paste link here so that people could play it Wink
Thank's for reply Smiley
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Offline JaredBGreat
« Reply #3 - Posted 2017-10-14 18:45:53 »

Well, it looks interesting.
Offline Gornova
« Reply #4 - Posted 2017-10-15 07:55:03 »

thanks for quick sharing! Do you plan to have a web/desktop version? You will receive more feedback for sure (at least from me!)

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Offline meva

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« Reply #5 - Posted 2017-10-15 21:01:53 »

Hi,

If you provide a playable version I can say more about the game.
However, at a glance it looks good. I like strategy games. I like the idea that you can throw a fire ball in monsters just by moving you finger on the screen:)
Is there a mechanism to grow your kingdom by managing it, or just by gathering items after killing monsters?
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