This is just a short Block Breaker type game I created for a Unity class I'm taking =)

Play in your browser, or download for a better overall experience.

Levels 1, 2, & 3 have unlimited lives. Level 4 has only one life, but is repeatable until you win. =)

ENJOY!

More information

Published15 days ago
StatusReleased
PlatformsWindows, HTML5
AuthorKvnshelby
GenreOther

Install instructions

Best played in 16:9 aspect Ratio

  • 1280x720
  • 1366x768
  • 1600x900
  • 1920x1080

Download

Download
FowlPlay_PC.zip (12 MB)

Comments

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great game! I had trouble beating the last level though so maybe make it slightly less difficult? Or maybe i'm just a scrub...

good job though!

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Thank you for playing the game! I figured because it was intentionally a short game, that anyone in their right mind would only play it once so I wanted the final level to be a bit of a challenge :) No offense to nutty people mind you :) Maybe you should just Git Gud? (kidding).

Seriously, thank you very much for taking the time to play my silly games. The feedback greatly helps me revise and plan my future iterations of the class material and is food for thought on level design. It's hard to get a well rounded education when taking specific courses online instead of at an actual college or university. That's where the value of play testers comes in :)

Also, I played both of your games on itch! Excellent start and pretty original! I'll check back later for sure to see how you are coming along with them!

~Kevin

It was pretty good! I didn't find too many bugs. Was there a certain amount of lives that the player gets? I kinda wish that was indicated somewhere but otherwise good!

Thank you for trying the goofy game :) Good to have some input from an actual game developer. I should've mentioned there were unlimited lives until you get to the Boss level :) On the next game in the series I'll be sure to communicate the options and limitations better with the player 😎

Yeah I thought that might be the case based on testing it out but wasn't sure. Really that was my only issue though.