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Fireworks Game

rated 2.30 / 5 stars
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Nov 7, 2015 | 11:02 AM EST

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Author Comments

Here's a quick little game I made for Fireworks weekend here in the UK.

You have to use the 1 to 6 keys to take control of a majestic fireworks display above a city full of excited onlookers. Score bonus points for hitting consecutive sweet spots (middle of the screen) and giving the crowd a great display.





Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Cool game, i like it. Maybe you could add some upgrades or more stuff. Anyways, good game! :)


Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

You know there are a lot of people who are colour blind, right?


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I love your games :) they're really creative and fun.

gamenet responds:

Thanks! I'm enjoying making them :)


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Being colorblind sucks sometimes... really wish I could actually play this game! but still seems like it might be a good time waster for those who are waiting for stuff to load. I find small games like this very nice.

Maybe see if it is possible for some sort of colorblind support? that doesn't mean replacing all colors with shapes, as colorblind people can see color, it just means making colors a bit more varied, as we have trouble differentiating colors.

gamenet responds:

Hi, I thought about that, and unfortunately this particular game doesn't work well for people who have difficulty with colours. I could have looked at using shapes I guess, but it would have made the game a lot more complex, and the idea with these mini games are to be super simple. I'll make the next game not rely on color! Thanks for your feedback


Rated 1 / 5 stars

Can't use numpad in a game where the only controls are the number buttons... Color dots and/or screen are way too small to see properly... And only one miss and you're done? Nope...

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gamenet responds:

Sorry if you found the controls on this one to be awkward. I hadnt considered users with numpad. I'll bear it in mind on the next game! Thanks for the feedback