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[Complete][Phaser][WebGL only] Candy Mirror Ninja

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Hi everybody !

 

Here is the 2nd game I made with Phaser : Candy Mirror Ninja !

 

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The originality is that you don't see things as they are, you only see the images of them on mirrors which are the walls of the levels.

You will need some time to get used to it, it's a bit special to master.

 

Controls : Use the arrows to move the Ninja and the mouse to aim and shoot when you get the Laser.

 

Information :

  • The game is based on the themes of the Global Game Jam 2014 ("We don't see things as they are, we see them as we are") and the Candy Jam.
  • It's why there is a King which protects the Candy from you. He shoots avocados (because the french for avocado is also the name for lawyer, little joke ^^) in each direction, faster if you get closer to the Candy. These avocados can kill you.
  • Finally, you can get a Laser to shoot at the King or mirrors to make reflections.

 

Notes :

  • The game uses masks for the mirror images, so it requires WebGL.
  • The game doesn't work on Internet Explorer.
  • Firefox doesn't render well the texts.
  • You need to activate WebGL in Safari.
  • Chrome is the best browser for this game.

 

>> The link of the game on itch.io : http://aurelien974.itch.io/candy-mirror-ninja <<

 

>> The source on GitHub : https://github.com/aurelien974/Candy-Mirror-Ninja <<

 

Hope you have fun even if it's a little difficult and a bit ugly ^^

Let me know what you think of it ! :)

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