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The Artisan

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This is my first ever Flash game. I've been studying AS3 for a month or so, but it's been an 'on and off' affair, and so I thought I needed a clear target to get serious with it for real.
So I 'self-commissioned' this game to myself, while actually making it for a friend's website (the aforementioned friend works as an artisan, of course).
And so, here we go: I made this in a week (there are just 5 levels, though!), aiming for Game Boy Color graphics (only overlays and transparencies aren't GBC-compliant). Please enjoy. =)

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Good job. . .

This game is not impressive.

But. . . considering it is your first time, well done. A few pointers, hotkeys are good, but people like buttons too, so you should have both. For puzzle games, you usually want a walkthrough available. So keep at it and soon you be a great flash designer.


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onehandclap responds:

Thank you very much for playing and for your advice. =)
Buttons would have been useful, but I really didn't know where to place them. Working with Game Boy Color resolution didn't leave me with a lot of free space, although I really enjoyed the limits I had to wrestle with. =D


Nince concept.

My only complaint is that you should have a BGM and a menu/setting/restart button.


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onehandclap responds:

The BGM is missing because I don't understand anything at all about music. =)
Regarding buttons, if you mean something like 'restart level' and 'get back to the main menu' you can respectively press 'R' and 'Q'. Thanks for playing and for your review! =)

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2.73 / 5.00

Uploaded
Sep 26, 2011
12:33 PM EDT
Genre
Puzzles - Sliding
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