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Brian in Platform Land

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Jul 22, 2009 | 1:53 PM EDT

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In this game, Brian must jump across the platforms that scrolla cross the screen to avoid spikey death! The platforms speed up at the game progresses, eventually leading to some insanity... Instructions in game.

So I made this game in about three hours today. I recycled the Brian sprites and a lot of the code, which allowed me to really pump out another game fast. Apologies to the people who wanted me to make a bigger game this time, but today was the last day of my programming class... so yeah! Another little game, hopefully addicting!

Reviews


youruleyourule

Rated 4 / 5 stars

alright

good little platformer game well it is indeed addictive



blinkboy211blinkboy211

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Nothing special at the moment

Good time waster for a few seconds then you realize that your jumps are weird and you jump way further than you normally could.

In three hours though I guess you really cannot give you anything lower than a 5.



eatlyheatlyh

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Good start!

Well... If this was made in couple of hours, i would like to see what you can do in couple of months!!!!!!!



HecticMuffinHecticMuffin

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Good start.

Not a bad timewaster for about 30 seconds. Work on it a little more :3



LinkinAnnewwLinkinAnneww

Rated 2 / 5 stars

Like the gun I used in 'Nam.

Giving me flashbacks of Super Mario Scrolling Levels. Only not nearly as fun.

Need elements and story and...well, it just felt very unfinished.

Plus jumping was about as awkward as Super Mario: The Lost Levels on the SNES. That's not a good thing, in case you were wondering.


Pallindromemaster responds:

Unfinished is a good word for it. Today was the last day of my programming class and represented the last time I would be able to work with flash for a long time, so I wanted to make something. And make something I did, though it is at its core a very skeletal test of what I could do. Also, your frequent mario references made me smile!