MiniLD #72 : elympics — hosted by dollarone — February 2017

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Simon's Canon

by hitchh1k3r - Mini LD Entry

A WebGL game mixing elements from the electronic game Simon and the genre of Rhythm games.


CONTROLS: Arrow Keys
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- Press the correct arrow key when the input (box) reaches the white line.
- If you miss an input, you will lose a heart.
- If you get every input in a set you will regain one heart.


TOOLS: Unity, Sublime Text, Audacity, Inkscape, Blender
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- Game made using the Unity game engine.
- Icons made in Inkscape, the background in Blender.
- Sounds are sine waves generated with Audacity.


CHANGELOG: Changes made to the game after the deadline
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3-1-17 :: Version 1.0.6
- Changed players instrument to a saw-tooth wave
- Limited sidebar display to only show the top score for each player
- Added a version number to the bottom left
- Added link to this page at under the game
- Put source code on github
3-11-17 :: Version 1.0.7
- Fixed a bug preventing the in-game scoreboard from showing new scores


CREDITS: Made for Mini Ludum Dare 72 "elympics"
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- HitchH1k3r (@HitchH1k3r)

Downloads and Links


Comments

dollarone says ...
Mar 1, 2017 @ 3:40am

Nice! Interesting version of the classic memorize and repeat. I like that the notes disappear, and also the random intervals. It's somewhat confusing that notes are being played while you are playing yourself, but that just adds to the challenge!

Good stuff.

hitchh1k3r says ...
Mar 1, 2017 @ 2:28pm

@dollarone thanks for trying it out!

I had a few other ideas (half implemented) for ways to increase the challenge (over time), but they were either too hard, or would have taken too long to finish.

The overlapping musical notes was supposed to sound like a canon... but with random notes and intervals it doesn't sound very good. I updated the game so that the player's buttons make a saw-tooth wave sound, and that helps a bit. You can hear the upcoming melody while you play now. ^_^

Thanks for putting this miniLD together, and thanks again for checking out my game!

Berbecarul says ...
Mar 1, 2017 @ 10:10pm

Nice game, it's enjoyable but it get's quite fuzzy after a while. The game looks very polished, very good job.

Jiri_One says ...
Mar 2, 2017 @ 1:31pm

Nice game, looks like guitar hero games (and I like it) ;).

automatonvx says ...
Mar 3, 2017 @ 1:13am

Interesting game, agree the overlapping sounds are confusing, but perhaps if they were arranged to fit better, as some kind of harmony it would actually be realy good sort of felt like the timing of the sound was not quite right to match the positions. Maybe some rhythmic sound to act as a metronome would help. Overall I liked it though the scores on the sidebar is a nice touch.

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