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Richard_6
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Posted: 23rd Feb 2018 04:32
Working on my first mobile project. Still a lot to do but thought would be nice sharing with you.

I can't say it's a puzzle, because it's very simple. Most like a maze with a multi-touch capability. Soon I will share more screens and a video of the gameplay.




Lucas Tiridath
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Posted: 23rd Feb 2018 07:57
I really like the art style you're going with. Looking forward to seeing how this progresses! Also how are you planning on handling the water? Water simulation can be a hard problem!
RickV
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Posted: 23rd Feb 2018 08:52
Hi Richard_6, I really like the look of the game. I also think it looks like a lot of fun to play. Good luck developing it.
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Richard_6
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Posted: 24th Feb 2018 04:21
@RickV - Thank you! Trying my best!

@Lucas Tiridath - I appreciate your comment ands sure thing... water is a big challenge. Since I've chosen flat design style, I don't need to make it ultra-realistic so I'm pretty much using animated tiles.

Here is another screen:



So far 23 levels done. Keep going!
Scraggle
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Posted: 24th Feb 2018 12:08
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GarBenjamin
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Posted: 25th Feb 2018 05:40
Very visually interesting! I like it. I agree it would be great to see a gif or video showing how it all looks "alive".
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Chris Tate
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Posted: 25th Feb 2018 05:57
The visual style is alluring; very professional. I find these kind of puzzles interesting, and am looking forward to see more.

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