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Nov 23, 2012 | 1:50 AM EST

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Play as Aang as you progress through learning each bending type. The longer you last in each level the higher your final score will be.

All drawings, animations and coding were created by me.

I made this as a school project and am aware it's not very good. All of the sound effects were defaults and obviously not very fitting. It's also the first game I ever made. It's pretty much on here so I can share it with my friends and if anyone likes this for anything other than the drawings and animations I'll be surprised.

Reviews


ToasterBrainsToasterBrains

Rated 3 / 5 stars November 23, 2012

That was interesting but choppy. Aang moves pretty slowly, and the quality is mediocre. There isn't any music either, and sometimes, when I would normally hit the ball, it went through me.



birdyduckbirdyduck

Rated 3 / 5 stars November 23, 2012

COPYRIGHT???


DelcanWlal responds:

Pardon?


immortalservantimmortalservant

Rated 3 / 5 stars November 23, 2012

This is basically pong by yourself...



RokudoMukuro30RokudoMukuro30

Rated 2 / 5 stars November 23, 2012

was a nice try of idea, but i find it really really borring


DelcanWlal responds:

Fair enough, it is pretty slow.


FrozenFox96FrozenFox96

Rated 0 / 5 stars November 23, 2012

Just a cheap pong rip off with Avatar slapped on it.

Controlling Aang feels like I'm controlling a snail, and most of the time when i miss the ball its because he is to slow.

The animation is basic and i couldn't even tell it was Aang when i first saw him, the background is just the ground so barely anything of interest is there, but he even makes the ground boring by the fact that it usually is just a plain fill, i could probably make the same on Microsoft paint, the only defining of some levels is one or EVEN TWO (i know shocking) props, with the most interesting place being the Air Temple witch looks like a maze.

There is no music, unless you count the drum roll, and the sound effects are just pitiful.

Multi-player is perfect for anyone who doesn't want to play actual Pong, and just a cheap much worse rip-off with a friend.

I would normally say how you could probably fix this, but I'm pretty sure we've past the age of Pong and unless he makes a huge game changing element to this game it's really not worth playing.


DelcanWlal responds:

Agreed. Although the frame rate changed when I uploaded it so it was a lot faster originally. And believe it or not, that is exactly what the multiplayer was designed for. It's not on here cus it's good, I wanted to share it with friends.