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Took Me A Solid Week To Figure Out Coding... all AS3
Quickly Sketched Out The Scene.
As You Can Tell, The Action Script was the main focus here
I still have trouble making my first game sipes...
Good fucking job, ya PS3 lover!!!!
Pros: Realistic scene.The gun is beautifully drawn. And a replay button(lol).
Cons: The targets moved,(or reset) when you tried to shoot them, which made it harder to shoot them. I don't know if that was supposed to happen, but it is not realistic. No plot really. All it says it Start. Maybe you should add mission stories and different targets, or a primary objective. You should probably add levels and have a difficulty option. Also, a timer and a kill count who really help. So would a reload to make it more realistic and have the enemys shoot at you if you don't kill them quickly enough.
Good idea though! An original game! 3.5/5
I don't get the point. Shooting doesn't do anything and there's no goal or anything.
Essentially, The project goal was to create a game using actionscript 3. A lot more went into this then planned, and due to time restraints I was unable to add levels, or difficulty, and the game glitches a little for the bad guys.
I had issues with the targets jumping around when trying to shoot them, also it didnt always register when hitting a target.
nice base but needs a lot more work.
The way it's set up... The enemies are a movie clip in a button, I think when its hovered over it resets. I will have to change that. And I do plan to tune it up, graphics and all and re-submit.
i like the ump and how you drew it and its too short but i like it.
Thanks. It should be almost proper length, but I may have to make it longer. I'll have to double check the stock photo I have to make sure
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