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Peanut Platformer

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rated 2.19 / 5 stars
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Action - Other
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platformer
peanuts
unity

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Uploaded
May 25, 2015 | 3:29 PM EDT

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Author Comments

This was a game made in unity for friends and family. This was just a side project I worked on over the weekend, and follows the basic 2d platformer game tutorial by unity. There are 3 gamemodes, easy, normal and hard. Easy has no enemies platform, Normal has 1 enemy per platform, Hard has 2 enemies per platform.

Update: THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR NOT BLAMING THIS!

Music:
Vivacity by Kevin MacLoed
Jumper by WaterFlame

Reviews


pavel-nyukapavel-nyuka

Rated 5 / 5 stars

5 stars for 5 star game, CHEERS!


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Ebosch747 responds:

I'm not sure if you mean that sarcastically, but thanks anyways!


listerthemanlistertheman

Rated 3 / 5 stars

A fun little time waster.


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Ebosch747 responds:

Thanks, that's what I was going for(seriously).


ciba43ciba43

Rated 0 / 5 stars

What did I just play? Nothing interesting.


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Ebosch747 responds:

Yeah, it's nothing special.
Just a game I made to learn unity.


sweet21sweet21

Rated 2 / 5 stars

If you want advice on future game design decisions, I would recommend not making the first platform dangerous right out of the gate. Typically you give the player a small area where they can prance around and test out the controls. As it stands, on hard mode you just start off dead if you dont move, falling platforms punish anyone wanting to catch their breath. Falling platforms are good obstacles mid stage, but not starting out, and certainly not every platform. Games dont have to be a non stop rush. It's good to take a break and have safe areas every once in a while.


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Ebosch747 responds:

Thank you for your feedback! This is my first game, and was mostly a learning experience on how to use Unity. Thanks for helping.