First time working in 3D. Not as difficult as I thought it would be although I am pretty much a complete beginner in Blender. I chose the low poly style because I like how it looks and it is a lot easier than trying to make it look realistic.
The gameplay is pretty much all physics driven which makes it feel satisfying to play. If it looks any fun then please check it out. I could really use a review or two.
Here are some promo codes so that you don't have to pay a dime to download it:
App store link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/flip-trickster/id1351027839?l=en&mt=8
I have publishd my new game on Android called ProjektZ. The game is a 2D plattformer with pixel art design.
ProjektZ is about to find one key to unlock the level exit and go to the next one.
While you are doing that, you have some red enemys, which are trying to stop you.
I'm really happy about the release and i hope someone can give me some feedback.
I have some other games too, but i think this one is my best try.
The link to ProjektZ: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mafabit.projektz
Get the code HERE.
This project is a nod to those 1990 pocket games that were all the rage in the day. The eTamagotchi features P2P networking showcasing how you can have a single application be both the client and the server at runtime. It features a random digimon (digital monster) that keeps track of all battles it has. The code is meant for demonstration and learning purposes only. The README lists each point that can be improved upon including gameplay mechanics.