Bouncy Tricky Bounce

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  1. Dr Popet

    Dr Popet New Member

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    Hi everyone!

    I have a few months working on HTML5 an I love making simple games, I used to work making flash games (18 years) and is been difficult to make the change, but I'm starting to learn and this is one of those games.

    The name is Bounce Tricky Bounce, just drag the paddle to make the ball bounce and don't let the ball fall.

    http://c1ic.mx/tricky/

    I'll be posting all my games! by the way, I love to make one button games.

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  2. DarkGran

    DarkGran New Member

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    Unfortunately this one looks like it does not really work for me. The paddle and ball appear only for a frame when they're colliding, otherwise they are the same colour as background with no outline (sometimes the balls covers the numbers). The paddle doesn't want to move until I drag it off the scene (which surprised me like hell). Is that how it's supposed to work?

    edit: after a while i managed to drag the paddle to the top, pushing the ball of the scene as well, which made the collisions stop, ie. no more bounce-sound and score not going up either. The ball seems "gone" and the paddle is probably there but still invisible. Must say that even if I saw the ball and paddle, I'm not sure what I'm supposed to do here - the game starts in a status quo (= no way to lose until input) that actually gives score (= no reason for input).
    Made me curious tho. :D
     
  3. shelbydate

    shelbydate New Member

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    How to raise the score? I'm quite confused on how to play the game.
     

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