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My first published game made in under 16 hours!

Discussion in 'Made With Unity' started by selewi, Apr 6, 2018.

  1. selewi

    selewi

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    Hi guys! I just wanted to show you my retro arcade game called Starship V24H for Windows x86 and Windows x64. It's called like this because it was meant to be the version done in under 24 hours, and it took me 16 hours to finish it from scratch (design, coding, art, sfx, music, and pretty much everything!).

    Download it for FREE here : STARSHIP V24H SITE !

    Some screenshots






     
    Last edited: Apr 19, 2018
  2. Smart-hawk1

    Smart-hawk1

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    16 hours non-stop development?
     
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  3. tiskolin

    tiskolin

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    Exactly what I was thinking. Was it a game jam?
     
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  4. verybinary

    verybinary

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    not bad for 16 hours, but you coulda used the extra 8 for extra polish?
     
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  5. OrangeChicken

    OrangeChicken

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    Very impressive for 16 hours. How long have you been making games for?
     
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  6. selewi

    selewi

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    Hi. Sorry I wasn't paying attention to this thread.
    The game wasn't made for a jam, just for training purposes, took me 3 or 4 days to finish, but in total 16 hours.
    This was my second finished game (first one took me 12 hours, but didn't publish it), I tried to develop games for 3 years without success, I started many times and dropped so I changed the strategy and decided to reduce the project scope and set a fixed time, I think I've started 3-4 big projects and finished none of them because of a huge scope, this is my "first finished baby" and I'm proud of it <3.
     
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  7. selewi

    selewi

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    I just wanted to move to a bigger project. The basics were covered but yeah, I could use the extra 8 hours for polishing, anyway I'm happy with the result :).
     
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  8. selewi

    selewi

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    Make sure to check my current project called Pixo Runner guys, this one is taking me longer and I'm polishing it a bit more.
    Be sure to check devlogs for gameplay animated gifs and images.
    https://selewi.itch.io/pixo-runner
     
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