December 17th-20th, 2010
Theme: Discovery

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by bmcgames - Competition Entry

DISCovery -- A game of code-breaking and dubious clues. Guess the secret code in 10 tries or less. The codemaster records your career progress and taunts you with 1980's era sound effects and merciless adjectives. Do you have what it takes to discover the path to perfection?

* All art and assets created in the 48 hour period with Paint.NET and SFXR/Audacity.
* All code created in the 48 hour period using FlashDevelop and ChevyRay's awesome FlashPunk library.

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r4m0n says ...
Dec 20, 2010 @ 6:41am

Simple game, but very well done. Congratulation!

increpare says ...
Dec 20, 2010 @ 10:17pm

solid aesthetic and playable implementation

Endurion says ...
Dec 21, 2010 @ 4:53pm

Aww, I won two games and got ranking Cheater ;)

Starspell says ...
Dec 21, 2010 @ 8:25pm

Congratulations on your first LD (same as me). I liked that you took the theme in a different direction and the core of the gameplay is interesting. However whilst it's a nice implementation of a game it's certainly not an original idea ^^;.

Liked the audio for what it was however ^^.

ranklar says ...
Dec 23, 2010 @ 3:12am

I've played this game before, and a better version at that. Nice job, but since I had played this before, it was not very interesting or new to me.

LiquidAsh says ...
Dec 26, 2010 @ 7:07pm

Nice Work. It would be nice to experiement with changing things up a bit. As it stands this game plays very similar to MasterMind.

arielsan says ...
Dec 31, 2010 @ 3:11pm

This game is very well known. However, I like how you made it.

Jan 9, 2011 @ 9:51pm

Not very innovative, but I spend quite a long time playing it and had a fun time. Not sure why I was still called a cheater after nine plays though... I can't help I'm good at this... :-).

Furyhunter says ...
Jan 9, 2011 @ 11:31pm

Not terribly inventive (lol mastermind) but a solid remake. I didn't get any sort of "discovery" feel from it, but the pixely, basic shapes fit the "cracking" well. Something I'd probably pick up and play if I was bored in an office setting.

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