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Re: Colorpix

Post by zac352 » Thu Sep 30, 2010 11:33 am

Elvenrix wrote:Very nice.
Can i suggest a "no game over" option for those who can't beat the game in 25 moves? (like myself :P)
I beat it in 12. :3
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Re: Colorpix

Post by Elvenrix » Thu Sep 30, 2010 5:22 pm

one87 wrote:
Elvenrix wrote:
Robin wrote:Something like a loser easy mode? :P
Yes! That is exaclty what i wanted to say :D
Haha, allright.
Just change line 10: turns_max=25 -- max number of turns

Or alternativ remove line 113 ;)

Have fun
Hey, that is cheating! :P
zac352 wrote:
Elvenrix wrote:Very nice.
Can i suggest a "no game over" option for those who can't beat the game in 25 moves? (like myself :P)
I beat it in 12. :3
I am still trying to solve once (without cheating :P)
Alwas getting one or two moves short... like this
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Re: Colorpix

Post by zac352 » Sat Oct 02, 2010 12:15 am

:awesome: I must be really good at it.

The secret to it is to drill as far out as possible, not to fill. :P
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Re: Colorpix

Post by arquivista » Sat Oct 02, 2010 4:52 am

hey congratz, what a vicious game! Hard to win neverthless... :D
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Re: Colorpix

Post by Elvenrix » Sat Oct 02, 2010 2:24 pm

I managed to win a few times by now, but not even close to 12 moves :P

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Re: Colorpix

Post by ninwa » Tue Oct 12, 2010 7:04 am

Simple and clean implementation of a fun concept. I only noticed one bug and I'll leave it up to you if it's actually a bug, but: If you click on the same color you clicked on last turn it still uses a turn, even when in theory this would never benefit you.

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Re: Colorpix

Post by one87 » Wed Oct 13, 2010 9:38 am

hi, this is no bug. it's a feature for users who click the same color twice ;)

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Re: Colorpix

Post by Thursdaybloom » Wed Oct 13, 2010 12:23 pm

When I first saw the screen shot I was actually worried this would be very similar to one of my colour matching ideas. In fact it's quite different... and... well, much better :awesome:

Congrats one87, this is a fantastic game

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Re: Colorpix

Post by ninwa » Wed Oct 13, 2010 11:43 pm

One87,

I created a modified version including a menu screen which lets people easily choose between hard (25 moves) and easy (35) moves and saves a high-score for each mode. Would it be alright with you if I posted this? I sincerely apologize if even asking is bad form in the Love community, as I'm not sure how people here feel about having others so easily modify their work.

(The tiles in the background change colors.)
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Re: Colorpix

Post by Thursdaybloom » Thu Oct 14, 2010 1:40 am

ninwa wrote:I sincerely apologize if even asking is bad form in the Love community
No, I sincerely apologise on behalf of the community if we've come across as people that easily upset. We're a community based on friendly, open-sourced game development so looking, modifying and learning from other peoples code is encouraged. I'm very glad you asked one87 for permission to repost. What people can/can't do with original code is off course up to the owner of that code so asking permission to repost is very polite and respectful. In regards to what I have quoted above though I definitely don't want you to feel like you have done anything wrong, or that this is bad form here. We're all here to help and to learn.

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