3 friends/developers from Netum Oy in Tampere, Finland
We wanted to make a rogue-like game (heavily inspired by Konami's Cave Noir from 1991,) and we also wanted to avoid using a canvas, or a ready-made game engine, so we could play more with angular2's features (as opposed to writing a typescript game loop that just paints on the canvas.)
This is a one-level, 2-room, roguelike dungeon crawler, where monsters hurt you if they bite you and you can hit them with your club.
Will not work on a mobile device (serious scaling issues and no tactile support :) )
Have a look at the code if you want to see how it's done (https://github.com/rumblex/angularattack2016-narwhal)
Follow the link, click the screen and play the game. Click on "readme!" if you need help or are curious.
I really like what you have created in 48 hours, I would be interested in the next version if/when you create it!
A good start!
sad because it's only 1 level
Funny game and good old design!
A cool adoption to the web, nicley done :) - Please rate our project as well: https://www.angularattack.com/entries/1800-codearcs
Nice pixel look and sound, and fun game play. Reminds me of the jump and run Braid a little bit.
Ca-Ching! They got the gold! Takes a little while to load but that's true to vintage video games so was perfect! Really enjoyed it!
Was fun to play!
awwww yisss 8-bit music is awesome! + the pixel, going oldshool with angular, love it :D Really sad to have only one level :D Future tips: it is kinda hard to lose :D and designs layout could be a little better, but for 48h is still awesome :)
Would have been nice if we could change the music volume !
Good design (could be great or amazing if you did the sprites !)
Really fun except for the music that we can not stop or decrease the volume of it.
I got all the gold !
Great job for the amount of time we had! The instructions could open automatically.
Good use of css animations
When I looked into an abyss, the abyss also looked into me. Cheers! P/s/ It would be great, if you share the code later.
This is fun!
Very creative idea. I enjoyed a lot the 8-bit concept of the game and the attention to details. Nice work!
Very very nice proof of concept for a game.
Good design. Back to the 80's ;)
great game, I love it, even though there are only two levels
Great music! The art style is also nice. The gameplay could be better, and a bit more challenging. Maybe have the enemies move towards the player?
Stunning. Just stunning!
Cool game! it's a shame that it was a bit short, looking forward to version 2.0.
Needs more efforts to make it playable, but I think it's due to the time limitation during the competition.
I thought this was a really neat idea.
I liked the design!! I just think it would be better if the game frame was in the middle of the screen.
Really nice job!
Wainting for the next version
That 90's game. It was very fun to use and the 90's DOS like design makes it even better. Could have had more levels and would have been more fun to play then :)
that was fun for the 2 secs it lasted
Awesome fun implementation. Love the music and retro style.
Nice job, love it :3
Very solid game. I like that you used angular2 components for everything. I saw a few other games that did not.
Idea of developing game without using canvas or any game -engine.
I love retro games! haha
Enjoyed it a lot and love how it's made with Angular!
This is awesome guys!. I think this is one of the best entries I have seen. And I have been through quite a few of them. :)
A fun game nicely done considering it's 48 hours of coding!
I love this! Impressed and pleased to see that you wrote it without an engine or using the canvas, i.e. really making use of Angular 2.
The most exciting prospect I see from this is that it forms the basis of an all-Angular game engine; very cool!
I couldn't figure out how to hit with my club, but I probably missed something XD.
Very good game, loved it..
App name's good! It's fun game.
Nice idea and impelementation
Nice to see another game.
Really fun, too bad it's so short! I would have loved a bit more randomness too :-)
It looks really cool too but since most of the graphics are from Dawnlike, I cannot give 5 points.