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Puzzles - Sliding

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May 1, 2011 | 7:07 PM EDT

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Rawr, 3 weeks of madness. I'm new to AS3, so I got to learn a lot by doing this project. This is the first game that I've made that actually looks like... a game. XD It's just so amazing how out of the way you have to go to make a title menu and everything else other than the actual game. Hope you guys like it. :)

Sorry, lack of preloader, so you'll have to wait a bit for it to load. The white screen means it's working. XD



Rated 4 / 5 stars

A good place to start.

As far as the idea being used to death, I agree. BUT THAT BEING SAID! Being that this is your first take at a game, at least by what you say in your discription, this is a decent rehash. You're still a better code writer than I, and anyone who disses a game just cause it's "unoriginal" should try to do better themselves, THEN talk. Now, the controls ARE a little slow, and the animations too. But that is fine since you're using a puzzle theme, though moving a little faster would be better.

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AegisTheGoat responds:

Noted. Thank you very much for the response.


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

i dont like it

The game has been made to many times, and dat song is anoyying. The guitar dosent even go with the rest of the sounds.


Rated 1 / 5 stars

Not cool.

These levels are all taken directly from a game for the TI83 and TI84 calculators. Game mechanic is identical, too. This is spectacularly unoriginal, literally the only thing changed was the art.

AegisTheGoat responds:

Yes, that is exactly what I was going for: A remake of the TI game, as I felt that it was too dull on the calculator and that many people would often ignore it. :P So thus, this was born.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


One suggestion: Add Medals to provide extra challenges. Well done
Graphics are good, wats the music called?
I give it a 7/10 4/5

AegisTheGoat responds:


Here's the music: n/355180