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Charity Breakaway Game

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Mar 1, 2009 | 2:30 PM EST

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Author Comments

This was my first ever game and we had to make it as part of an ICT GCSE as a promotional item for a charity website and our was called 'the livestock foundation' I have made 4 levels, one of them you have to unlock and 4 unique cheat levels that you can unlock at the end.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great Effort For a 15 Year Old

Now being 23 this may be quite simple but at your age i wasnt able to do this kind of stuff and now im doing design work for all kinds of major compaines, stick at it and im sure you will be great !


Rated 0.5 / 5 stars


A worse version of a game that already exists.


Rated 1 / 5 stars


was that that was messed up graphics werent good no sound there was a little humour but it was just the same old game man i hate that game but you have got the skills to do better


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars


For what it is, a GCSE coursework piece presumably made by a 15 year old, its fairly impressive. It's well thought out even if it doesn't always deliver technically. Nice work mate.

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creativeworks responds:

Thanks for the optimism, and yes I have just turned 15 und unfortunately my school won't even teach flash even though it is ICT specialist which is a bit of a joke, so I've only self taught for like a year and a half, but thanks anyway


Rated 2 / 5 stars

Physics are a bit buggy.

While I am a fan of breakout style games, this one has a couple of technical issues. First, I noticed that there doesn't seem to be a lot of precision in directing the cow. While in most breakout games, the position that the ball (here the cow) hits the paddle (here the tractor) has an effect on the angle and speed of the ball, while in this one it appears that the tractor just redirects the cow at the same angle and speed it had before. Also, the behavior of the cow when hitting blocks of fence did not seem consistent- sometimes the cow would pass through several blocks in a row, while other times the cow would hit a single block and then deflect back downwards.

On a non-technical note: why would you want to free a cow? A "free" cow would last about as long as it took to either wander out into a road, or attract the attention of a large predator. They are not very intelligent animals.

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creativeworks responds:

Thanks for the notes, they have been really helpful :D