Galaxy Shapes - Space Shooter

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  1. Dariusz Niewielski

    Dariusz Niewielski New Member

    Feb 10, 2017
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    I'd like to introduce you to my new game. After almost four years, I decided to come back to creating in Unity. At the beginning it was hard to remember even the basics, but now it's going somehow. I am not a programmer, and my experience with Unity and Gamedev are just a few android games, only one of which has achieved what can be called a small success (at least for me). But to the point, in Galaxy Shapes, the player's task is to destroy all planets. Of course, there are opponents and poor weapons in his way. There is only one level for now, the game takes about 25 minutes without upgrading all weapons.
    I treat the game as a template for another game, once I have all the mechanics I need and solve the problems, I will take care of the game I wanted to create at the beginning (a lot of 3d modeling and animations that I have not even tried to do so far).
    I would be grateful for testing and feedback.

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  2. Lloyd Reynolds

    Lloyd Reynolds New Member

    Jul 8, 2022
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    Hey everyone I have been working on a site that allows people to publish their games and create community about them!
    it would mean a lot if some of you would check it out
    I still don't have a domain name and some other features are buggy but it is fully functional!

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