Here it is. https://github.com/jeffpiep/ShieldUp. https://github.com/j...er/shieldup.atr
I submitted to PUR-120.
I can almost get past Level 3. If you play it on real hardware, please let me know how it works. I suspect the paddle range needs to be narrowed up.
Hi! I was out of the city for the weekend, and I only wanted to return soon to test it when I read the notification from this thread, but I couldn't 'til now. I couldn't pass the 3rd level using the touchpad of my notebook with Altirra. I have no chances to try it with real hardware at this time, I think I'll try it tomorrow or the day after and the I'll tell you about the fine tunning. Anyway, I liked what I saw. Thanks!
I was thinking about another paddle game using 2 paddles at the same time to emulate that old red toy with a grey screen and two knobs to draw a picture with a continuous line and that could be shaked to clean the drawing and start again. I couldn't remember it's name so I googled using some words from this paragraph and I found it... It was "Etch-a-Sketch". As that name was somehow strange but familiar, I went to the contest's listing and found that entry #12 for MSX had the exact name. But it seems to be played with a joystick, as there are only horizontal, vertical and diagonal lines in the screenshot. Should I tried it with paddles anyway?
BTW, while I was checking the list of entries, I found entry #38 by Bill Kendrick. @Bunsen: Why is Piecht10 in WILD category?