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Bounce Canyon

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Viv is an aspiring stunt woman who wants to bounce as high as she possibly can. However, she has a giant canyon standing in the way of that goal. Draw trampolines by clicking and dragging with the mouse. Don't bounce into a wall, or it's game over!


Special thanks goes to my friend Lily, who tested the game and informed me that the game speed was tied to the monitor's refresh rate. Kinda embarrassing that I didn't think to use delta time to begin with, huh?


The game utilizes some collision algorithms from Jeffery Thompson (specifically line/circle), who allows them to be used in programming projects.


The font used in the game is ManualPrint by Aaron D. Chand, and is free for commercial use.

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Pretty fun game! It's simple, yet addicting, and I love the vector look this has. Definitely nailed the look of a Vectrex game.

bluswimmer responds:

Thank you!

I love cleverly simple games like this. Well done!

bluswimmer responds:

Thank you!

A little hard. Excellent Game!!!

bluswimmer responds:

Thank you!

Not since flappy bird have I wasted so much of my life on such a simple game. Took me three days but I now have the high score... ;)

bluswimmer responds:

Thank you!

This would actually be a lot funner on mobile, especially if you add a twist.

bluswimmer responds:

Thanks for the feedback! I'm not sure if I'll do a mobile version, but it's definitely a good idea!