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[Phaser] Pinball Game. Heroes of Java

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A game we did a while ago for a german company that wanted to recruit java programmers. Works on mobile and desktop and it uses Box2D.

I wouldn't mind doing a reskin taking out the questions if anyone is interested on licensing it.

Play it here.

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This was really good, so smooth! Loved it, great game! My programming knowledge got me alot of extra balls, would have been even more if I could read the questions haha :lol:

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Very nice. 2 suggestions:

- the paddles should move faster

- a mobile app for Android/ios

 

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It's a pretty good game, except for the questions, but couldn't the questions be multi-language so also in English? And it could use layered rails like in real pinball machines, so I mean like a ramp on top of the normal playfield.

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On 15/01/2017 at 1:54 AM, BdR said:

It's a pretty good game, except for the questions, but couldn't the questions be multi-language so also in English? And it could use layered rails like in real pinball machines, so I mean like a ramp on top of the normal playfield.

It was a contract for a German client. We had to produce that due to budget and specifications constraints.

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Good Game! with nice pinballs physics.
Don't know what was harder : remembering java obscure thingies from 20 years ago or remembering technical german ;) but still managed to get tons of extraball. The paddle are a bit weird for a pinball though. and you need more sounds, lots of them.

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