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Boogie Squares
Author: Gus Stevenson Submitted: 29th October, 2004 Favourites:0
Genre: Puzzle Downloads: 206

Fast-pased color-changing square disco action! Make all of the color-shifting squares the same color in the shortest amount of time possible. Left-click on a square to make it "hold" its current color. Right-click to start it changing again. The game ends when the whole screen is the same color.

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Posted by DaVince 29th October, 2004

It's okay... But what about adding: - scores. You know, like substracting score when playing. - time! An extra time mode in which you have to get it all in one colour within a time! - Difficulties. Easy: 9x9, medium: 12x12, hard: 16x16. With these options the game will get much more challenging and fun!
Posted by DaVince 29th October, 2004

Ah, I forget. Change the Game text to an active/backdrop object so that you don't have to add the font file anymore.
Posted by Gus Stevenson 29th October, 2004

Most of the text already is, but is the font file still needed for the numbers (ie. on the timer)? Thanks for the other suggestions.
Posted by Gus Stevenson 30th October, 2004

Cool, that's what I thought, but wasn't sure. C'mon! Only two downloads in 24 hours? Is it that bad?
Posted by Gus Stevenson 30th October, 2004

Thanks again.
Posted by ChasetheCheese 1st November, 2004

last tile is a horror.. you just have to wait until it reaches the main color, kinda, you know, boring. Not that bad a game though, but may I suggest something like disco lights going over the screen (semitransparant circles :P) and like, well make it more like a dancefloor :D.. hmm this is giving me some ideas.. so thanks for the inspiration aswell hehe
Posted by GoMoogles 2nd November, 2004

I actually liked it. Pretty original puzzle game idea! (something that is hard to come by these days) However...a few suggestions for a sequel (or remake): 1- Difficulty settings. For example, you could have the player choose between different amounts of boxes, like 3x3, 4x4, 5x5, etc. and/or how fast they change color. 2- Different modes. Like for instance, have a classic mode where you make all the boxes the same color. Or a puzzle mode where you have to make a certain pattern or something. 3- High scores/Scores. As Vincent Beers stated, the longer you take the less score you receive. The general idea and concept is good and I like it. But with a few things ironed out, Boogies Squares 2 (or 1.5) could be a hit!
Posted by Gus Stevenson 4th November, 2004

Thanks Tropicware! After getting suggestions from you and others, I am considering a sequel.





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