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baxslash
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Posted: 23rd Dec 2011 12:18 Edited at: 23rd Dec 2011 12:19
I haven't posted any WIP for a while as I'm working on quite a large project that is taking about 90% of my spare time but I have had time to start another small project which I'm still in the early stages of.



I thought I'd share Gadgyt. He's an adaptable little chap who's stuck inside an old computer somebody left running in their attic back in the 80's. An AI is trying to take over the system that has been running for over 30 years. Gadgyt (an early Anti-Virus program) must try to stop this AI and save the system from being completely locked down.

Controls: Designed to work with Mouse / touchscreen but some keys are available to test Gadgyt's abilities.
Mouse / touch to move gadgyt
keys 1-4 to change mode

Wheels - touch left side of screen to drive left / right to drive right
Jetpack - touch where to fly to
Bubble - touch to bounce in that direction
Gun - touch to shoot

I have a lot of ideas for little gadgyt but I'm also open to suggestions

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baxslash
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Posted: 23rd Dec 2011 12:19
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baxslash
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Posted: 23rd Dec 2011 12:24 Edited at: 23rd Dec 2011 12:25
Did I mention he can drive on the ceiling and walls too?



I know it's a very small world and demo at the moment but I've been working ideas for this project in my head for about 6 months and I'm excited that so far it works just as I imagined!

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mr_d
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Posted: 23rd Dec 2011 15:10
very nice baxslash.
movement is very smoth and physics is great (I assume you've used the box2d functionality for this).
seems like a promising demo; I'm sure you'll do a wonderful job of fleshing it out.

Cliff Mellangard 3DEGS
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Posted: 23rd Dec 2011 15:45
Sounds like an great game idea
baxslash
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Posted: 23rd Dec 2011 17:48
Thanks guys, yes it's all Box2D physics.

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Posted: 26th Dec 2011 02:00
I love the story, and the demo is very cool. I look forward to seeing progress on this app.
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Posted: 26th Dec 2011 18:43
Interesting game idea, bax!
The story sounds great, and is rather original, I think.
Just curious, what kinda puzzles/traps do you have in mind for this?
I also like the smooth movement and physics of Gadgyt.

Looking forward to see more.

baxslash
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Posted: 26th Dec 2011 19:02
Hi The Slayer, I'm thinking of some tricky physics based puzzles. Mainly the game will be skill based and there will be lots of bad guys to defeat.

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