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Hi there, Just want to let you know that we have released our latest mobile games, Siege, on Google Play! Check it out here: http://j.mp/tempasiege A gameboy-inspired retro arcade games, you are challenged to survive as long as you can from the Gargantua attack while retaliate! Can you survive this immortal monster attack? This game built with love using Phaser JS, and packaged using Cocoon JS Do let me know what you think! If you have any feedback/encounter bug, just let me know here! Thanks!
Hello devmates, Hope you are doing great Just updated the store with a new Gameboy spritesheet and tileset, very cheap one yet very detailed gamepack (costs 4$) Find it under this URL : http://graphicriver.net/item/32-x-32-gameboy-action-tileset/10295954 http://graphicriver.net/item/32-x-32-gameboy-spritesheets-hero-and-foes-/10296206 Feedbacks are welcome
Hello devmates, Hope you are doing great Just updated the store with a new gamepack named "spelunking gamkit", very cheap one yet very detailed gamepack (costs 4$) Find it under this URL : http://www.graphicriver.net/item/spe...author=Fassous Feedbacks are welcome
Hi there! Just wanted to show you guys my entry to the gbjam3, made in roughly 10 days with Phaser. It's a game boy style puzzle-platformer, starred by Cat who eats a bomb and is put away in the dungeon. To escape, he will have to blow up the blocked exit doors with the bombs laying around. Bombs have to be lit with fire to be used, so be careful not to burn the poor cat! Some screenshots: You can try it here: http://gamejolt.com/games/puzzle/cat-bomb/31152/ The game lacks a lot of cool features I had planed for it, and ended being much more difficult than I was aiming for, but it was my first experience with Phaser and had much fun creating it As soon as the compo voting ends, I will start implementing all the missing features, lowering the difficulty and adding sound effects and music. Also, the game is open-source! I don't expect anyone to learn anything from the messy code, but it is hosted on github if you want to check it out: https://github.com/GameDevelopmentStudio/catbomb