Laser Links - My First Game! (Google Play & Scirra Arcade)

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Post » Sat Mar 18, 2017 12:50 am

Hello everyone,

I've just finished the production version of my first game on Google Play.

It's called Laser Links and it's a block-sliding, brain twisting puzzle game with colorful lasers.

Google Play link - > https://play.google.com/store/apps/deta ... odes&hl=en

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The game is my first completed creation after a few short projects that helped me learn C2 and it took over a year to make (half of it was correcting mistakes). I compiled it with cocoon.io and Canvas+ and designed all the graphics in Adobe Illustrator. There are 120 levels split in 3 campaigns and I intend to make more packs in the near future. Also, every level is playable in 3 game modes designed for different kinds of players.

The laser beam mechanics are quite flexible and dynamic and were probably the hardest part to code, but somehow not the most time-consuming. Here's some gameplay screenshots:

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I am now working on a light version to upload on the arcade and maybe Kongregate and Newgrounds and in the next months I plan to get it on the App Store as well.

If you like what you see give it a try and let me know what you think! I've only had friends test it and I'm starving for some feedback. If anyone has a device higher than Full HD resolution I'd really appreciate a test - the game has graphic assets for multiple sizes all the way to 4K and I have only been able to simulate the larger ones on my PC.

In any case, I hope you enjoy!

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Post » Mon Mar 20, 2017 5:21 pm

I just added a light version of the game on the Scirra Arcade!

You can give it a try here Laser Links (Light)

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There are some PC-specific controls but all the mobile functionality has been kept. On mobile the game runs in both landscape and portrait mode if play it in full screen. All the graphical assets are still there so every screen resolution is supported and the graphics stay sharp.

If only uploading were this easy on every site :D
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