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Oct 9, 2010 | 11:59 AM EDT

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My first ever flash game

Use the arrow keys to move your car. Try to survive as long as possible by avoiding other cars, as the speed increases over time.

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Dark-Dude-246Dark-Dude-246

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Well Wel Well the moment you've been waiting for.

I don't see how these people are giving you 0 stars do they not see where you have put 'My first ever flash game' yes its a simple game and the graphics need work on them but its your first ever and I think it wasn't that bad I have seen alot worse trust me on that one Im giving you 6 stars keep it up and try to think about the people that play your game for longer than 10minuites that sound gets really annoying just give it a little variety. Hope too see more from you soon goodbye and goodluck!

6/10


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valkyriav responds:

Thanks. I'll keep in mind to either make a longer more varied loop, or more songs in my future games.


WegraWegra

Rated 1 / 5 stars

Better luck next time.

It could've been a LOT better. For one thing the graphics look like it was drawn by a child and the game was just well... Boring. I mean it's just a generic "avoid the other cars" game. Come on man you could do better then that.



darkspineshadow2darkspineshadow2

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

Too Slow, Improve Graphics, Hit detection

I understand that you want it to get harder as it goes on, but the speed in the beginning is a joke. The graphics don't need to be said and the hit detection could use some fine tuning.


valkyriav responds:

Fair criticism.
I admit I got lazy and just used hitTest for collision detection.


suredalucas10suredalucas10

Rated 3 / 5 stars

nice

need to improbe graphics but the game is allright
hey what script did you use to make random cars come into the screen?
i have a friend thar relly need that script

6/10
3/5


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valkyriav responds:

Well, they are generated with attachMovie at a random distance outside of the viewable area, stored into an array, moved to the left, and once they pass the screen, they are redrawn again outside of the screen (ensuring they don't overlap ofc), nothing too fancy...


mattqueirozmattqueiroz

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Hum...

my words are: need better graphics!


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valkyriav responds:

Yeah, I know, I kinda suck at drawing. Going to get a pro graphics designer to work on my future games.
Thanks for the review and score!