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Road Fight - vol 1

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rated 2.41 / 5 stars
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Genre:
Puzzles - Sliding
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fight
road
animated
slider

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Apr 22, 2014 | 11:54 AM EDT

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An animated slider game. The playfield is arranged in a 4x4 square and the player can slide each row and column of the 4x4 square by clicking on the corresponding switch at the border of the square. Move the tiles to restore the original animation as fast as you can.

Game is completely controlled by mouse. The player can slide any row or column by clicking with the mouse on the corresponding switch.

Reviews


jinfox91jinfox91

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I like the idea you have here. However, the curser lags a bit. I like how each tile is pare of scene from an anime, however I find it a bit disorientating. But then that's just because I'm a thick westerner. With the controls, could you reprogram them, so you just click on a tile, and it lights up or glows or something, or pulses and when you click on another tile, they both swap positions. The current control scheme seems a little over complicated to me.

Another feature you could have is when a piece is in the correct position or place, it could be locked there and this could be signified by making it's alpha 100% or something.

Also I like how the scene is taken from an anime (from the 1990's I'm assuming form the picture quality and everything. I remember that style). I'm interested in watching the anime this was taken from, can I ask what the anime is called please? Thanks. Either leave a comment on here or you can message me privately through this site.

Over all I like what you have here, it needs some readjustments (mostly controls), but no one get's it all right on the first go. I have met designers in industry who keep making mistakes but learn from them. I can see you wanted to have some interesting controls here, but it just makes things a little to complex (for me at least).

But as I keep saying well done, this is quite a polished product.