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#1 notwhoyouthink OFFLINE  

notwhoyouthink

    Space Invader

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Posted Thu Jul 13, 2017 11:44 PM

Anything similar out there to \/\/\/\/\/\/?

Basically, you can move L or R, and a single button inverts gravity.

There is no traditional jumping, just gravity flipping.

Add in a few hazards and walls/floors that act like trampolines.

 

Would love something like it for TI.


Edited by notwhoyouthink, Thu Jul 13, 2017 11:45 PM.


#2 adamantyr OFFLINE  

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    Stargunner

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Posted Fri Jul 14, 2017 9:12 AM

Cool game! The basic premise would be easy to implement, some of the effects in rooms a bit harder, but very doable.

A game with a large map of unique levels and rooms does exist, called "The Mine".

#3 digdugnate OFFLINE  

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    Moonsweeper

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Posted Fri Jul 14, 2017 1:39 PM

i have the game for Steam and on my phone- it's cool but ragingly hard (for me).  I agree with @adamantyr, i think the premise is doable.



#4 Airshack OFFLINE  

Airshack

    Moonsweeper

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  • Location:Phoenix, AZ

Posted Fri Jul 14, 2017 2:23 PM

Anything similar out there to //////?
Basically, you can move L or R, and a single button inverts gravity.
There is no traditional jumping, just gravity flipping.
Add in a few hazards and walls/floors that act like trampolines.
 
Would love something like it for TI.


That video starts out slowly but the reviewer/player gets better. Give him a little time.

This game looks quite fun yet what I like best is it's something completely new. Old style graphics with simple controls yet kickass gameplay!

Really creative and clever! Haven't seen anything like but I really want to play it.

Looks like a winner and quite do-able on the TI. Betting MadMarvin could be tweaked to play in a similar manner.

Edited by Airshack, Fri Jul 14, 2017 2:24 PM.





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