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TrapThem - Creating an Original Arcade Game

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Hi guys, I am creating a game that looks like a cross between Dig Dug and Boulder Dash on the first glance. But the game-mechanics are working differently. Feel free to check out my Youtube-channel and to tell me your impression.
//http://www.youtube.com/user/RetroAdvance?feature=mhum


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Looks interesting, nice and simple, good start. Did notice the second player was experiencing a lot of lag when he got a bunch of the blue enemies in chase. Might want to look into that, but other then that keep up the good work and keep us posted!

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Thanks, it is good to hear that it looks simple. I was afraid that the game appeared too complicated on the first glance. I try to keep it as simple and consistent as possible without sacrificing interesting gameplay-depth. And I think I am satisfied with the results.

There is no lag or performance issues. The engine is designed specifically for this game, so it is extremely powerful;)

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