[Android][Open Beta] Ripple

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  1. Loner Cat

    Loner Cat New Member

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    Hi everybody!
    I'd like to show you my very first game: Ripple! I made it by myself in about 2 months of work.
    Ripple is currently available in open beta on the google play store: https://play.google.com/apps/testing/com.lonercatgames.ripple
    I'd really like to receive some feedback from you!
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    Loner Cat New Member

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    Update: in the next hours will be available a small update that will fix some iusse I found.
    Changelog:
    Login to google play games should now work pretty good (still not perfect - in the next day I will work on it)
    Offline score saving is now working.

    Edit: update avaiable
     
    #2 Loner Cat, May 15, 2018 at 3:07 PM
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    Loner Cat New Member

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    New Update:

    -Google Play Games Services now WORKS! It's been tough but now it's working good

    -Now the gPlay Games login requests are less invasive for players who don't wish to log in

    -Bug fixed, including a crash iusse in the main menu and some minor bugs during game

    What's next?

    In the next days I will do a review of all the code, in order to find small bugs that sometimes cause the game to crash, then it will be ready to exit the beta phase.

    Next, a multiplayer mode will come.
     

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