RM Skill: Intermediate
Platform- Made with Multimedia Fusion.
Story Piddle Paddle - (verb 1,2; Noun 3) : 1. The act of doing anything other than what you should be doing. 2. Wasting time; doing unnecessary things that will inevitably cause you to arrive late to appointments, work, the airport, and special nights out with your significant other. 3. An Arcanoid/Breakout style game made by Legendary Power Games.
Characters You are the main character! One day while walking the boadwalk on Coney Island, A Carney challenged you to a game of piddle paddle.
Features *Ball and paddle Arcanoid/breakout style game play *6 increasingly difficult levels. (don't let the shortness fool you. If you can beat all 6 levels you are a break out god!) *Sights an sounds of Coney Island NY *Carnival barking by world famous circus star Ken "The King"
Mouse - moves paddle spacebar - launches ball
Objective - break all the bricks
Black bricks - unbreakable
Brown bricks - 50 points
Orange bricks - 50 points + become brown bricks
White bricks - 50 points + become orange bricks
Light Pink Bricks - 50 points + ball goes up
Dark Pink Bricks - 50 points + ball slows down
Violet Bricks - 50 points + ball speeds up
Blue Bricks - 50 points + extra life drops
Green Bricks - 50 points + Multiball
Cherry - hit with gold ball for 1000 points, Silver ball 500
Credits It should be noted that is a major expansion on the Multimedia Fusion tutorial "Chocobreak", but I believe it has been changed enough to call it, it's own game.
Notes I just really needed to take a break from the RPG for a few days. I wanted to make a breakout game and I wanted to try out MMF. They went hand in hand it seemed. I'm not really happy with the MMF system, So this will probably be the first/last game I make with it.
MMF uses Direct hardware Access instead of Direct X (BLAH), so it can make your firewall go nutz if your using anything like Comodo. I give you my word I'm not trying to hack into your computer with this game. If your having problems with the firewall it is safe to disable it (or set to game mode) while playing. (just don't forget to turn it back on when you are done!)
This post has been edited by cpt.tripps.2012: Dec 4 2010, 09:38 PM