Hello, I'm Asthalis (from Villeurbanne, France), I'm about to end my very first game with Godot and I thought it could be the right place to show it.
I called this game Hop! 2D, it's a retro-looking 2D precision platformer but I wanted to keep controls as simple as possible while keeping the game experience interesting. In fact, you only need 2 keys to play : left and right arrow keys ! You can play and navigate through the menus with the mouse, too. I built this game as a kind of tribute to golden-age arcade games.
Hop is a blue one-legged continuously jumping creature whose girlfriend has been kidnapped by a mysterious evil monster. Your mission is to rescue her in a quest that will lead you to many worlds (each of them is a series of 10 levels and a boss awaits you in the last one). Hop has no weapons, he can only jump (he does it by himself as he never stops), go left or right...
I am very happy to share my project in this awesome forum.
It's a 2D Pixel Platformer Game on Android (Free) called Markey. I have started in 2020 and it's still in development. It will take some more time for me due to some personal problems.
I am a solo developer who is good in Artwork than in Programming. Basic game is done which include movement, jumping and shooting. There are also some more mechanics which are done too.
Like or Dislike, Please tell me so that I can Improve. Share with you Friends and Family Members too.
Thanks for all your support.
Pyramid Rush- is diverse puzzle-platformer, that constantly breaks the fourth wall. Resolve physics-based puzzles, go through challenging platformer levels and beat bosses! This game was intended to be a simple "Indiana Jones" rip-off, but something went wrong and it is YOUR mission to fix the game!
This game went with me through getting jobs, university, getting kicked out from them, through many people, who gave me advices on it, but this March I though like, it's time to start being more serious in my life, to finish something. So after 3 month of polishing, it's finally available for wishlisting in steam.
But for those of you, who wants to hear the story of it, it is written down below:
Well, first of all, my name is Nestor, I am 18 y.o. and live in Kiev, Ukraine
I remember, when I was four, I played my first computer game and this was whole new world for me, I would spend day completing the same game...
I'm not a game developer, but I'm part way through making a game while teaching myself to code.
I've noticed that it's very hard to get anyone to pay attention or feedback on. amateur games whatsoever.
Would it be worth setting up a YouTube channel that allows people to submit clips of their games and posts them for other developers to view. Perhaps with polls for the best/most promising.
Then see if it can be affiliated with other channels to get views from gamers.
I made this when teaching myself to code. My friends say they like it, but it's been really difficult to get any attention or feedback outside of my friendship circle.
It would be great to get some to help decide if it's worth investing further time in. Note: I understand I would need to obtain image and music rights if it ever became commercially viable.
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