12. Maouss DS

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Aug 13, 2008

12. Maouss DS by Kukulcan at 9:58 AM (1,898 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. Kukulcan
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    The final version of this Homebrew, using DLDI. I'm add a special Splash Screen for this compo. [​IMG]
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    * DESCRIPTION
    The goal is simple, we must destroy all-star level. You use it to help the SQUARE, your SHIP has destroy the stars.

    * THE SHIP
    Stop it on all obstacles except the stars.
    Destroys stars.

    * THE SQUARE
    Stop it on all obstacles.

    * 5 planets of 11 levels each:
    PLANET 1: CPC
    PLANET 2: LOBO
    PLANET 3: LOGON
    PLANET 4: POUM
    PLANET 5: REPPA

    * CONTROL
    START = Exit
    PAD or STYLUS = Move SHIP
    A, B, X, Y or STYLET = Move SQUARE
    R = Music (yes / no)
    L = Restart level

    Download: 12_Maouss_DS_DLDI_GBATEMP.zip

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  2. Vague Rant

    Member Vague Rant Deceptively cute

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    Fun game, good luck with the contest. I went with the NeoFlash version because I liked the splash screen better. [​IMG]

    While I don't expect you to change the game on my account, I was curious as to how you came to decide that the ship should turn first before moving. I mean, in physical terms, it obviously makes more sense, but it kind of feels like it's slowing the game down. Not so much that it isn't enjoyable, though. I've played a game with the exact same premise somewhere else, but I can't think where now ... possibly on Game Boy. I know you had to hit a button to switch between "ship" and "block" (but those weren't the icons, obviously), but besides that, same thing. Now I want to know what that game was.

    I'll keep playing while I try to remember.
     
  3. Kukulcan
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    Vague Rant, original concept on AMSTRAD CPC computer "Le Tout Rikiki, Maousse Costo" published in Amstrad 100% (Number 42 - February / March 1992 and Number 43 - April / May 1992) with only 21 levels.

    Original Picture of the Game
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    For the SHIP, if a old game using the same system for the ship, I've never seen, really sorry.


    SOLUTION of LEVEL 1

    SQUARE : Right, Down
    SHIP : Right, Up (Star 1)
    SQUARE : Up, Left
    SHIP : Down, Left, Up (Star 2), Down (Star 3)
     
  4. Diablo1123

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    This is a pretty good game, but I've just played a while [​IMG]

    Graphics are really good though

    But I'm not a fan of graphics that fill both screen but don't take the gap into consideration [​IMG]
     
  5. Kukulcan
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    it's my choice [​IMG]
    I'm prefere full picture with no rupture [​IMG]
     

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