Here is a little game that I cooked up called Browser. It is my first puzzle game. The object of browser is to get yor brick (the colorful one) to the pink finish thing. It may sound easy but there is alot you need to accomplish. Here is a little bit about the game.
When the background of the level is.....
GRAY: No special moves
RED: Pre set purple boosters
BLUE: You can shoot little projectiles at brown bricks to destroy them. You shoot with W,A,S,D. This will shoot in what direction you choose.
GREEN: Other Bricks will shoot projectiles at you. They shoot in the direction they are in every 3 seconds.
PURPLE: There are yellow bricks that will jump around. Either left and right or up and down.
ORANGE: There are little blue blocks that will not jump, MOVE around in either left and right or up and down.
(The only brick that will stop you is brown. The others like the shooters you will go through. The yellow and blue bricks will hurt you though.)
Every five levels the background color changes so the special power will stay with you after the color changes.
There are thrity levels and I find it to be a very fun game.
Please leave feedback. Postitive or negative. Anything helps.
(When moving in game try not to hold down your moving button. WIll mess up game)
If you find any glitches or errors in the game. Please tell me. HAVE FUN!!!!!
I don't think Level 5 is passable. As for the game itself, I think its probably your best work to date. It could have done with some presentation improvements, and some music, but overall, not bad.
Thumbs up from me.
While an unoriginal concept, the levels themselves are actually fun, and require thought. I just hate that the game kicks you back a level if you die, which is especially irritating on levels which start shooting at you after three seconds. Maybe you could have the levels pause at the start until you press enter. It's just frustrating to replay levels that I already beat, especially in a puzzle game that requires good timing, as the later levels do. Nuklear, this is your best yet, on the basis of gameplay. The presentation and graphics are still... mediocre. I was intrigued enough to beat all 30 levels and got a "Congradulations" screen. You all should too, unless you want to feel like you've been outsmarted by Nuklear.