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The Rise Of Techno Turtle

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rated 2.39 / 5 stars
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Skill - Avoid
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jump
god
turtle
astro

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Uploaded
Jun 17, 2014 | 4:32 PM EDT

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Author Comments

THIS IS JUST A SHORT DEMO

controls-
jump- tap the up arrow key as fast as you can
shoot- spacebar

you start with 30 power
collects orbz to refill your power
if your power hits 0
you will die and have to restare

info -
this is the rise of techno turtle
based in the same world as Astro-god this turtle literally just runs and doesnt stop.....lol
this is only a demo im planning on doing 20 levels for this game.

THIS DEMO ONLY CURRENTLY FEATURES 2 LEVELS
I WILL RELEASE A FULL DEMO OF 5 LEVELS
AS SOON AS POSSIBLE

music will change in each level eventually

Reviews


SaintanikSaintanik

Rated 0 / 5 stars

"WebGL is Required to run this application."

Check your HTML5 GGS values. If this is on Win8 it's not going to work.
If this is the case, try reproducing the project. The issue number for this is: 0008125


A-trongames responds:

it makes the game run smoother when webGl is required ive got windows 8.1 and it works fine
what browser are you playing it on?
i will deffo try and sort it out
thanks for bringing this to my attention
and thanks for playing


robert1028robert1028

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I like what I see so far.
Be sure not to hit the roof when paying.
it counts as out of bounds, and kills you.


A-trongames responds:

ill sort that out thanks for bringing it up
and thanks for playing


PopopePopope

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

It has potential, definitely. Even with the glitches I encountered in the second level (music playing on top of each other and the level continuing even after I hit a wall), I still had fun playing it.


A-trongames responds:

yeah i noticed the looping music after i uploaded it lol
ill sort it out by 5 level demo
thanks for playing tho


VectoresVectores

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

The idea behind the game is fine, it'd be more enjoyable with more gameplay elements. Progression is an obvious choice, but you could go multiple ways.

There's also a bug where, should you die, the music track doesn't always stop, and will end up looping over itself infinitely as you die more and more. This ends up forcing a refresh of the game, since after just a few deaths it becomes too loud to even hear the game itself.


A-trongames responds:

ok awesome thanks for playing
i thought there was a looping problem i will sort that out and gameplay elements have u got any ideas?