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[ANDROID][GAME][FREE] Light On : 5 minutes puzzle game

Discussion in 'Made With Unity' started by kor6k, Feb 13, 2018 at 2:21 PM.

  1. kor6k

    kor6k

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    Hello,
    I'm proud to show you my new android game: Light On
    It's a Puzzle games involving laser beams and mirrors.
    You have to redirect laser light through a collection of mirrors to turn on the lights.

    here is the google play link:

    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.kor6kgames.LightOn

    Here is some screenshots of the game:

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    I hope you will enjoy the game and if yes, please rate it ;)
     
  2. AkiraWong89

    AkiraWong89

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    @kor6k
    Simple concept. Great for time killer. Inspired by Resident Evil 5, the sun light puzzle room?
    However, the graphic is not eyes catchy yet to attract people to download the game.

    Lasers on white papers theme feels weird. You can take Puzzlerama for art references.
    Link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.leodesol.games.puzzlecollection

    You can also take art references on God of Light if you are able to make this kind of art style.
    Link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.playmous.godoflightHD

    There's not description on the screenshot, some people may not know how to play.
    A game-play video on the app store is a big plus too. Keep it up.
     
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  3. kor6k

    kor6k

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    @AkiraWong89

    thanks for the comment, they are great help!!!!

    Graphics are my biggest weak point because I'm a pure developer and I draw like a little child... But I will try to make a good use of your advices!
     
  4. AkiraWong89

    AkiraWong89

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    You can take some games which you like the art style and copy exactly for training, remember those color usage, slowly build the feeling (Art Sense) and finally use the learned art style to draw your own object. Don't hesitate to use any colors on your art, sometimes you feels weird but actually beautiful.

    I'm same case as yours actually but in the opposite direction. I'm 3D environment artist. I have zero knowledge on programming several years ago and I started to self-taught C# like a child learning ABC, from variables to functions, classes, constructor, attributes, operator, types, binary formatter, pointer, inheritances, Singleton, polymorphism and so on. Now I can make art and code some simple average games without a problem. You can also. Keep it up.;)
     
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