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jlopezcurjlopezcur Posts: 8Member
edited September 2016 in Projects
Hi to everyone!

We have just released this game for Android.

Google Play:

Youtube trailer:

Our web for more games and the studio:

The game is based on the ability to move the platforms while our character continually bounces, we must avoid falling into the void and get to the goal, the difficulty is increased level after level, and will be happening different elements with which to interact in various ways.

Main features:
  • Infinite levels
  • Cloud storage (Google Play Games)
  • Achievements & rankings

Please be patient with the early levels, then it gets interesting

You can leave your comments, follow us or whatever in:

While creating this game we developed the following plugins Android, all we have left open source:

Thank you very much!

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  • Shin-NiLShin-NiL Posts: 80Moderator
    Nice game!
    And thanks for sharing your modules  Cheesy
  • jlopezcurjlopezcur Posts: 8Member
    Thanks! :)
  • tijmentijmen Posts: 1Member
    edited April 5

    Your game is very cool!

    I tried to use your Google Play Games module, but when I do this:

    func _init():

    if Globals.has_singleton("GodotGooglePlayGameServices"):

    gpgs = Globals.get_singleton("GodotGooglePlayGameServices")

    The login pop-up doesn't appear. I followed all the steps, I don't know what I did wrong :/

    I didn't make an issue on Github, because it's probably my fault.

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