It seems like everyone and their dog has made a Flappy Bird clone by now, but so far I just didn’t feel inspired. That changed at this Mini Game Jam: I wanted to make a game with audio control (which I had tried before) and needed simple gameplay for it – and then I realized that a scrolling avoider-type would fit perfectly. So without further ado, this is how Flappy Bird might have played like if it was made by the GNILLEY developer:
Yell to make the bird fly up,
be silent to make it fly down.
Fun for the whole family AND the neighbors,
even if they aren’t in the same room!
I don’t know where people could possibly play this game without bothering anybody, but it was a big success fun-wise and was well received in the presentations. My favourite part is that it’s easily playable with crowds!
(And it would probably be perfect on smartphones, haha.)
- Programming: Tobias Wehrum
- Font: GemFonts
- The stars of the video! If you want to be named and/or want to have a link here, please tell me!
- Huel Fuchsberger for helping me with the video editing!
- Anybody who was sharing a room with me while I was developing this. I’m so very, very sorry.
And now, because social media websites love pictures when linking, here’s a picture. You’re welcome, social media websites.
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