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Jul 24, 2011 | 5:00 AM EDT

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Drag sharks and swimmers to safe zones.

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edit-undoedit-undo

Rated 3 / 5 stars July 24, 2011

Quite funny.

A fun little game with humourous animations. The game runs without any noticeable glitches and you've put some effort into the graphics and presentation. It's good that you included two different game modes to keep people playing for longer. However, I don't think people will want to play more than a few times unless they were competing for high scores. You could improve the game by adding more different people (at the moment there are only 2), and perhaps other things to make it more interesting like powerups, more sea creatures.



joshmorganjoshmorgan

Rated 3 / 5 stars July 24, 2011

Simple yet challenging casual game

This is a great idea for a game but it feels a bit like a work in progress, because there's a major problem that you should fix ASAP: swimmers can be eaten by sharks when they are still off screen at the top or bottom, so I was losing points for not saving swimmers that I couldn't even see, let alone click and drag.

Also, you might want to consider having the "saved" swimmers on the sides swim away off screen instead of just floating around, because I only skimmed the instructions the first time and in the chaos of the game, I didn't really notice that I had saved the swimmers that I'd dragged to the sides. I might've figured it out while playing if the sharks and swimmers didn't overlap the dashed lines so much. I understand that you probably want the player to accidentally drag the sharks into the "safe" areas, but it just doesn't seem to make much sense that the swimmers would stick around. If you really want the player to drag the sharks, then maybe you should have one side be for the sharks and the other side for the swimmers.

Again, great idea and the art / animation is really fun, especially how the swimmers hold onto the mouse cursor, and how the body parts are randomly dispersed when the swimmers get eaten.


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LongAnimals responds:

Thanks for the review!
Yes, there are plenty of things wrong with it, but it was an excercise in writing a game in a day, so we had to release what we had done...
Still, not bad really :)