All 5 game Reviews


Pasta Heroes Pasta Heroes

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Much improved over the original. This game is much easier using a Wacom tablet rather than a mouse. :)

It'd be nice to see the cats do more, but I like the variety... and Smarty's description.


BambooHutGames responds:

Thanks a lot! And thanks as well for proving that the leaderboard API works, I just added it :-)


Simulator Simulator Simulator Simulator

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Hands down this is the best simulator simulator on the market.



Dress-up Girls! Dress-up Girls!

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Not bad. I agree with the reviewer below, you could certainly add more to it. 3 stars for effort, since it shows.

I can think of one potential workaround for your hit box problem. I experimented a bit and I think I ran into the same problem you did--the mouse pointer ignored the smaller collision box, and used the original dimensions of the actor.

Try making a tiny, invisible actor that follows the mouse pointer. If this actor collides with an item of clothing, that item is now able to be moved. If the invisible actor is not colliding, then the item can't be moved, regardless of whether or not the mouse pointer is over the image. Then you can use a custom polygon collision "box".


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MikomiKisomi responds:

That's interesting- so the weird polygon shapes would only come into play if the invisible actor were to hit it? I'll have to test that, that might work.


Flip Flip

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

This was a fun puzzle game, but the CPU seemed too easy to beat. Maybe add some more difficulty levels?


IndieBard responds:

When I made it originally, it was just a 2 player game. The 1 player was kind of an after thought put in later, so it could possibly use some tweaks. That being said, maybe you're just really good!


Flying Bubbles Flying Bubbles

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Nice twist on the breakout game. I think some additional instructions are needed, though. I didn't see anything mentioning I could only draw so many lines. Some warning before a line disappears (maybe it flickers for a second?) would be nice, too.


TreSensa responds:

Thanks for your suggestions, merrak. Glad you had fun playing!