1 minute of a OneButton Race Game
Everything is a placeholder. Only the motion is for wheel.
Jump & Spin.
From left to right, a lap to the chequered start/finish line. Hit the ceiling and gravity reverses, and the spin causes the opposite direction of travel.
I can't figure out how to embed the above video, so a screenshot to entice you to click on the above link...
Jack8680 last edited by
@Deeeds visually it's amazing, I love the subtle parallax and the details like screen zoom and interpolation and the way things pulse when you hit them. Can't wait for more!
CAnesia last edited by
@Deeeds UAU !!! never seen such a polished crisp game in hyperPad. It looks that game play has no lag neither which is even more surprising.
Let us know when is ready to buy ;)
iTap Development last edited by iTap Development
@Deeeds did you make the artwork? If so, where? I like it!
@CAnesia It'll probably never be available to buy. It's an ad game. It'll be free. Without ads. The game is an ad.
As to smoothness, that's the result of leaving the iOS video recorder playing, and pulling down the notifications panel the moment it stutters. This "fixes" the problems in cocos2D that cause that stuttering failure to hold frame rate.
@iTap-Development It's not art. These are just glows and placeholders for what will eventually go in their place. I used After Effects and Affinity Designer to make shapes and glows.
This is probably the only thing that comes near to being art, but is just a recreation of the wheel from the Marchesini logo.
Which is this wheel, probably the most iconic of all Marchesini wheels, originally made famous on the Ducati 916:
And here it is on the most beautiful bike ever built:
Aidan_Fire last edited by
@Deeeds So the game itself is an advertisement... of what?
Dietary supplements for impatience.
CAnesia last edited by
Love the wheel, not to mention the bike ... uau!
Hope the Ducati is yours in which case I wish you to be safe riding the beast ;)
@CAnesia I had a yellow 748 in the 1990's. It was a bit of a pig, to be honest. I love the design of the Ducati 916. But that twin... I'm not a fan of that thing. I was heavily into two strokes back then.
Last sports bike was the S1000RR from your compatriots. That was a complete mind melter.
Loading Screen for first "level",
iTap Development last edited by
@Deeeds nice! Did you make the art?
@iTap-Development Yes, in Affinity Designer.