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Happy End - game 100% home made

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Hello. This is my second game, made home. It is a simple game for android, unfortunately only with 15 levels. Compared to the first game, I decided to make fewer levels and diversified, than many repetitive. I worked hard at it. So I appreciate any advice. I'm still a beginner, so be merciful. The game can be downloaded here https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.dobrocry.happyend. Thanks.

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When you say homemade, most people here will rightly assume you are not using a prebuilt engine at the very least.

When you say beginner, most people here will assume you can't create a decent game without a prebuilt engine.

You game looks decent enough. So either
A. You're not a beginner.
or
B. You're using a prebuilt engine.

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Hy. Indeed I used GameMaker. But I'm still a beginner. I still have much to learn. The game is made only by me in my spare time at home. It took me more than one year. I really wanted to make it look decent.

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Nice work!! Looks good and it's finished. Congrats =o)

Reminds me a little of an old game back in the day called wizzball.

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Congratulations, the graphics looks pretty good!

Thanks Mussi. I tried to look good.

 

 

The name of the game is now Red Ball Evolved.

 
I am completely stumped why you would do a thing like that.

 

Because some people associate the old name with the massage parlors :)

 

Nice work!! Looks good and it's finished. Congrats =o)

Reminds me a little of an old game back in the day called wizzball.

Thanks Paul. Indeed, it`s finished.

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