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  1. Vive le Roi is a stealth puzzle game which context is the French Revolution and in which you have to prevent the King from being beheaded! Yes, that's crazy! 😃 You can play the game on Kongregate: https://www.kongregate.com/games/seccia/vive-le-roi So, don't hesitate to leave me a comment, any feedbacks to improve the game is welcome. Thanks. Sylvain.
  2. I recently released my first multiplayer online game. It's called Crusader Party, and it was inspired by the game called Hidden In Plain Sight. Essentially it's a free-for-all of a few human players with a bunch of harmless bots, and everyone looks identical, so you can hide by pretending to be a bot, and sneak up behind people to assassinate them. In Hidden In Plain Sight, the incentive to blow your cover was a secondary victory condition of capturing some towers. In my game, you can only win by being the last one standing so the incentive to blow your cover and start killing people is that whoever gets first blood of the day (there is a 45-second day/night cycle) transforms into a more powerful character at night, who can actually survive a single blow and has greater range and area of effect. I uploaded it on multiple portals but the most accessible is probably Kongregate, here is the link: Crusader Party Since it's new there may be not enough players online to begin a match, but you can get around that by opening the link in multiple browser windows or tabs. The server was written in NodeJS using SocketIO.
  3. Ever wanted to be on the bleeding edge of iGaming ? Interested in Blockchain & Crypto. A leading exchange in the blockchain space, led by one of the top names in Crypto, is looking for a HTML5 Games Designer, willing to adapt one of his games, to test a crazy idea. We are ideally looking for a roulette game. But we are open to ideas. Part of this side project will be tweaking your GUI for the test. Rewards paid out in a Cryto currency trading very well. You would be joining a open source community full of nerds, geeks, crypto weirdos. If this sound like your bag, please get in touch.
  4. Hi everyone! I am relatively new in this of create video games but i have made an nice try with this game. It's about save a group of dogs of a chaotic final and trying to not be detected. Is a little hard game while you understand the patterns, but it is posible to pass in 2 minutes. The game is in spanish and is oriented to generate concience about the animal abuse. I think, the most important implementations of this game are the collision of the camera (because i had problems with the now implemented), now approaches if exist an obstacle in the view; and too, the artifitial intelligence of the enemies. The game was made in april for a classwork but until today was uploaded to the spoon revolution server. Controls: W, S, D, A move the characterF is the action key to breaks free the animals and exit of the placeThe mouse and arrows to move the camera. Basic recomendations: The enemys can't see at their back and through the wallsIf the bottom center console has red text, run away because you have been seenHave fun. http://www.larevoluciondelacuchara.org/juegos/saveanimal/index.html
  5. Not quite a finished game showcase - but thought everyone might like to see a WIP gameplay trailer for "The Marvellous Miss Take". "The Marvellous Miss Take" is a pure HTML5 / JavaScript / WebGL game created with the Turbulenz Engine supporting touch, controllers, and mouse input. The game is made with a built-in editor, demonstrated in this video: It'll be online soon to play and checkout. Hope you like it.