BeeBop! - Bullet Hell Scroller

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  1. Tourmaline

    Tourmaline New Member

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    Hi, guys! We're a small team of students from the University of Westminster who've developed a bullet hell scroller called BeeBop! in collaboration with Appbox Media. We used Unity to create the project and also used C# for it's readability and traditional format.

    You play a Bee, but keep getting blamed for the bad actions of the pesky wasps, so must kill them to save your reputation. The game is a shooter that combines 2D and 3D assets with a catchy soundtrack. Collect power ups to aid you in killing waves upon waves of wasps in this endless top down shooter. There are currently 2 level types with a unique boss in each.

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    It's now free to download on both iOS and Android.

    iOS: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/beebop!/id1087738398?mt=8

    Android: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/beebop!/id1087738398?mt=8

    Feedback Details: Design/layout, graphics, gameplay, how easy is it using the controls, any bugs we haven't caught
    Known Issues: The game works on most phones, but on the odd on here and there the character and ammo sprites appear to be invisible.
     
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