My current high score is 83, but damn I wanna raise it. I started panicking after about 75-ish.
A pretty small game made for the Trijam #111, and therefore made in about 2 hours and 50 minutes. Talk about a tight time frame!
- C to rotate clockwise;
- X to rotate counterclockwise.
You can check it on our Github. I warn you however: it is quite messy!
Made using Godot Engine 3.2.2 Stable Official, and JFXR for the sound effects.
|Windows, macOS, Linux, HTML5
|2D, Arcade, godot-engine, infinite-runner, Minimalist, Open Source, Runner, Short, Singleplayer
|GNU General Public License v3.0 (GPL)
|A few seconds
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- v1.1 - Added a leaderboardApr 21, 2021
- Making a simple online leaderboard in Godot with SilentWolfApr 19, 2021
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Devilish and fun (and works on Linux!), well done.
Does the game get harder after a while? Because I got 105 and it did not really felt like it
Right now it doesn't, since I didn't have the time to add and test it... but I believe once the rating period is over I'll make the game get harder with time and add a leaderboard.
Nice score you got there, btw! Thanks for playing!
That was pretty good. The physics and simeple yet addictive and skill base is what makes this well done. I have no idea where you found the idea from
Thanks! Great to know you enjoyed it :)
If I recall correctly, the idea came more or less like this:
- The jam's theme was "triangles", and since I am terrible working with graphics, I thought about playing as a triangle (which is quite easy to make);
- Also, since the time limit was only 3 hours, making a short gameplay loop seemed like the best option (most past trijam winners did something like this as well);
- So, I decided to make an arcade game. However, I still wasn't sure about how to tackle it hahaha anyway, I started playing with some platformer code, and I thought that making the player spin when jumping would be a nice polish;
- I programmed it, and had the idea to add a color to each side of the triangle, so that each side was different from the others;
- It looked nice, and by now I already knew I wanted to do something with colors, but I had two ideas. The first was making a endless runner where you must match the triangle's bottom side color with the platform color, and the second was making a kind of weird arcade game based on Undyne's fight from Undertale, where you would match the color with incoming projectiles. I ended up choosing the simpler one, that is, the first one.
And there you go! This was about how I got the idea. Hope it answers your curiosity :)
nice game ! Hight score : 92