My first game is released!

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  1. anders2

    anders2 New Member

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    After spending a lot of my spare time I've released my first game!
    It's a tile-based 2D platformer named Alexander where you have to find
    his cap to move to the next level. It didn't turn out as polished as I
    wanted from the beginning but it is still playable.

    It's intended as a game for children so it's not too hard too complete.
    Walk with the arrow keys, jump with space and use return to view/use
    inventory. (configurable)

    To run the game you will need DirectX 9 and the Visual Studio 2008 SP1
    redistributables.

    The game is available at http://www.hypermotion.se under the download section.

    Screenshot: http://www.hypermotion.se/Game1_alpha_screenshot2.png
     
  2. Grey Alien

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    Congrats on releasing your first game! Good feeling right? Keep on going and improving with future games.
     
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    anders2 New Member

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    Thanks! Yep, it feels great! You really learn a lot so I just want to send a "Keep going" to all out there struggling with their first one!
     

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