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Pull My Tongue [WiP, one-man-project]

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One year ago I started working on a little idea I had and at the same time learn how to code in C#. So I have made everything in this game myself but am gonna have someone else do sounds and music. Before this I worked at Visual Dreams as the sole artist on games such as Herman the Hermit, Linkies Puzzle Rush and Slam Dunk Basketball. So I was used to Unity but not coding.

Anyway to the game, it is a simple puzzle game for mobile devices that is heavily inspired by games such as Cut the Rope, Pudding Monsters etc. The goal is to drag the chameleons (Greg) tongue through all the stars to the popcorn. I'm just gonna post some screens and gifs so you guys get the idea.

The game is about 70%ish done, I yet have to add some animations, more levels and the final sound and music.

Main Menu
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World Select
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Ingame Screenshot
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Ingame Screenshot 2
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Endscreen
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Greg Interaction
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Gregs animation rig
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Thanks for reading!

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I finished up the logo animation for the main menu and figured I would record a little preview of the game, so here are a video of the logo, menus and the three first levels smile.png

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Continued working on some animations that have been missing. Still have some effects and tweaks left but here is a work-in-progress of when Greg gets a little to close to the zappers smile.png

Please forgive the heavy gif banding..

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I have for a long time felt that the tongue was too stiff before the player starts pulling the tongue. I never figured out how to fix it though, but tonight I got a flash and fixed it in 10 minutes :D

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To the small victories!

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Working on levels creation right now so not much to post updates about. I however made a little gif showing the creation of Greg from sketch to animated ingame, just for fun :)

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I added a new puzzle element today so I can build a bit more varied puzzles. The gum, it can hold the tongue so players can do other stuff. With this I can build puzzles in several "stages".
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And the first level that will introduce it, gonna add a simple tutorial text but you get the point. The button activates the slider so it can be adjusted, therefor the tongue needs to hold it down with the help of the gum.
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I'm still working on level design and is therefor bumping into puzzle elements that needs to be improved and extended along the way. Yesterday I added a locked state to sliders so they can be activated with buttons.
 
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It's been a little slow since last update. I haven't finished anything visual but mostly extra things such as implementing needed plugins and made more levels. I did however finish the icon for the 3rd world, the bedroom.

#screenshotsaturday
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