[Game] Runt the Rollbot submitted

Forums cocos2d games [Game] Runt the Rollbot submitted

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October 14, 2009 at 6:28 am #216881

Salty Piers

Control Runt the Rollbot by tilting from side to side and guide him up the seemingly endless set of colored platforms.

Change Runt’s color by swiping the bar on the side. You have to match colors with the platform you are jumping to in order to make it solid. After you activate a platform it will remain solid no matter what color you change to.

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Coming soon:

The soundtrack will be dynamically generated by you as you play. Every platform will play a note when it is activated, with different notes for each color platform, while a background track plays. Future updates may include multiple styles/genres that you can select from before you begin.

Better graphics. My artist dropped off the face of the planet and I had to finish a few things myself.


October 14, 2009 at 9:17 am #257576


Maybe the pause button should be on the other side, so I dont pause accidentally when I want to switch to yellow? Looks cool, let us know when its in the store.

October 14, 2009 at 3:32 pm #257577


Can you provide a video? I think all new game posts should contain video demo.

October 14, 2009 at 5:13 pm #257578

Salty Piers

Right now I only have my iSight camera available, but I made a short demo vid:


Sorry for the poor angle, cracked screen, everything being reversed, etc.

It was kind of hard to press the buttons because I was playing upside down.

October 14, 2009 at 5:53 pm #257579


Let me help…

First -> http://code.google.com/p/accelerometer-simulator/wiki/Home

then you can use the accelerometer on your device to work in the simulator

Second -> any screen capture app to record the simulator video (Snow Leopard has it built-in) but a simple google search will provide alternatives


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