Abandoned Shinobi clone

This forum is currently in read-only mode.
  • <img src="https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/--Xznyn4RiD8/TcxPX8zvGWI/AAAAAAAAAFM/g1ngGIuHon0/Untitled-1.jpg" border="0" />

    While browsing my hard drive for pixel art to update my portfolio I found this one.

    There's not much to do, it's only the base engine and the very beginning of the level.

    Anyway, I just felt like sharing it :)

    Z: jump

    X: Sword

    C: shuriken

    Note: My anti-virus warned me about the file, but there is absolutely no problem with it.    

    Download: box.com/s/8446d5f9cbf5676948f1

  • Try Construct 3

    Develop games in your browser. Powerful, performant & highly capable.

    Try Now Construct 3 users don't see these ads
  • Why did you abandon this game? This game has great potential in itself, has great graphics and I played very well on it. Many developers are dreaming of such a project like this. ;]

  • Why did you abandon this game? This game has great potential in itself, has great graphics and I played very well on it. Many developers are dreaming of such a project like this. ;]

    Oh well...I always dislike my projects after spending some time working on them. They never seem good enough. I gess I have to stop thinking like that or I'll never finish anything...

  • Yeah, it's a popular problem. I know many people (I myself am such a person) who are making a game and reject it for some reason. Sometimes we also abandon the incomplete project and immediately get down to another game, and then we are going from the second project to the next, until it all will be abandoned and incomplete. In your case there is nothing to worry about that your project is bad, because it isn't - it is a really great game. Unless you do not like your project, because you are simply bored with it - the creation of the game must give a fun for you, so there is no point to coerce to it.

    And to the abandoned project you can always go back :]

  • Nice animations ! I love the graphics :)

  • Hey! This is looking very nice! I recommend you to continue work on it.

  • Cool project, how long did it take?

  • Cool project, how long did it take?

    Thanks ;)

    It took about a week, in my free time...

Jump to:
Active Users
There are 1 visitors browsing this topic (0 users and 1 guests)