Cube Runner – My First Game!

Updated on June 12, 2017 in Showcase
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15 on May 20, 2017

Hey guys! This is my first game published on playstore! Check it out! and feedback would be really appreciated!  Thanks!

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XsD6y69KXjk

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.RashadProduction.CubeRunner
The game was based on the Brackeys’ How to Make a Game tutorial, but i improvised it a lot. I’m still planning to keep improving the game, so your feedbacks would be really helpful.

EDIT: I added link to youtube for the gameplay video, but is it possible to embed the video to the forum?how?

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0 on May 21, 2017

Very cool!

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0 on May 22, 2017

Cool Cool!

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2 on May 22, 2017

Your game doesn’t have unity splash art.. are you using paid version of unity?

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on May 22, 2017

Either paid or cracked…

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on May 22, 2017

It has a splash screen of unity… I’m not sure what you are talking about, and @leonLaci, did you play the game? If not, then please don’t suggest things that aren’t there 😉

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8 on May 22, 2017

How did u make it so your player moves left and right on mobile?

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on May 22, 2017

You mean apply forces to a player when tapped on the screen?

on May 22, 2017

yes

on May 23, 2017

@bennie3211

on May 23, 2017

I think the easiest method would be by using buttons. Jut put a big invisible button on each side of screen then add function to apply force to player.

But in my game i use the touch position relative to the player, I also vary the touch based on distance, If you played the game you may notice the closer you tap to the player the smaller the force applied.

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If you played the game you may notice the closer you tap to the player the smaller the force applied.
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I noticed some variation in the speed but didn’t know that it worked like that haha

on May 23, 2017

Haha, orginially the game was made for potrait and landscape. So i thought i’d allow one-finger control for the potrait though in the end i changed it to landscape only due to the UI sometimes mess up, and i can’t control the auto-rotation based on the phone setting. But I left the feature, thinking it’s cool hidden trick to help players becomes better at the game.

on May 23, 2017

icad can i please see the script that u used to make that possible? I’m not very good at making this kind stuff lol.

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icad can i please see the script that u used to make that possible? I’m not very good at making this kind stuff lol.From cfoods

 Please make a topic for this rather then asking for it, if you can’t do this then you need to learn some more.

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0 on June 11, 2017

Just watched the game play footage. Good work! I think it would sound nicer if the music doesn’t cut out every time you “game over” but rather continue on.

 

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