I’m happy to announce our latest game which is based on the Farseer
Physics Engine and Silverlight.
Inspired by two old classical games Missile Command and Asteroids. In
our version you protect your home planet from incoming asteroids using
satellites in orbit around your planet.
Give it a try! You might like it!
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It’s nice to play games you don’t have to download and install. I also
managed to get myself on the high score list too, w00t :)
Overall, you’re off to a good start with Silverlight. I have some
suggestions and tech tips you can use to further your game dev with
Skin your UI! The default Silverlight styles are yucky. From an
organizational standpoint, I would personally recommend that you make
use of ResourceDictionaries to manage control styles.
You can change your splash
to display something more related to your game while it is loading.
Some background music would help set the mood.
Incomptech has a couple good free tracks.
Just make sure to credit him cause his work is fabulous and he does it
for free. Mad respect for that guy.
For fun, I downloaded one of your games and could read your code.
While I won’t critique your coding (hehe), if you want to protect your
IP you should obfuscate your assemblies.
Obfuscar is one of the best free,
lightweight ones out there.
If you want some other tips and advice, drop by our forums and ask.
Pretty nice game. I started getting a little tired of the theme after
the 4th or 5th round, though. Not quite enough strategy needed.
Fun little game. I always enjoy being able to just go to a site, click,
and start playing. A few ideas came to mind as I was playing, mostly
just minor stuff that might enhance it a bit.
notify the player their planet’s current status (you have lives in the
top-left) by a visual of some sort - perhaps the atmosphere turns redder
or gets thinner as it approaches complete destruction.
Some background music
More details on what the various stages of play entail for those who
aren’t familiar with tower-defense type play
A splendid game! Not so much complicated and large-scaled in comparison
with other strategies.