HTML5 Danger Light [HTML5]

Discussion in 'Made with GameMaker' started by True Valhalla, Feb 11, 2019.

  1. True Valhalla

    True Valhalla Full-Time Developer GMC Elder

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    Danger Light - See how good your memory really is in this intergalactic puzzle game. Watch the flashing lights and repeat the sequence when it's finished.
    • 100% free to play
    • Works on PC and mobile
    • Original ambient soundtrack
    This game is part of a series of experimental high definition games that I'm producing; my goal with this series is to test the limits of what I can achieve with HTML5 technology, and to produce content with a longer lifespan in the licensing market.

    Feedback regarding the design, gameplay, and performance is very welcome. Have fun!

    PLAY NOW ยป

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    Last edited: May 8, 2019
  2. Toque

    Toque Member

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    Played your game for a bit. Repeat game. Nice sprites.
     
  3. Nocturne

    Nocturne Friendly Tyrant Forum Staff Admin

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    Game plays well, and is very pretty for something so basic, and I enjoyed playing a couple of games. BUT... :)

    I did get mildly annoyed at the music while playing, as I try to remember tones as well as colours, but with the music playing as well as the tones, it added a layer of confusion. I also missed having a score and a high score value! It's a simple mechanic, but one that gives a user a reason to come back and play... With no record of your highest score to give you a goal to aim for each time you play the game, there is no real point to playing it more than once or twice, imho.
     
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  4. Misty

    Misty Member

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    Reminds me of that one game with Michael Jackson in it, except more phone-gamey.



    Also reminds me of that one level of Alien Hominid that I could never beat.
     
  5. unsinister

    unsinister Member

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    Really like the smooth visuals, good work :)
     
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