UFO ODDBALL!

Controls:

  • WASD to move
  • Left Click to Shoot
  • HOLD space bar to carry the UFO when you are close

Objective

  • Hold UFO using spacebar (hold it down!) as long as possible
  • First to 100 seconds or most points at end of round wins.

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This was created in order to better learn the Construct 3 built in multiplayer plugin.  I have created a tutorial that goes along with it for Construct 3 users and also provided the source file for people to build off of in their own games (see file below to download!)

Check it out on YouTube and let me know what you think!  Subscribe if you enjoyed, would make my day :)

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https://www.youtube.com/channel/FoozleCC

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FoozleCC

StatusReleased
PlatformsHTML5
Rating
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(1)
AuthorFoozleCC
GenreAction, Shooter
Made withConstruct
Tagsconstruct-3, Multiplayer, oddball, Space, Tutorial

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Comments

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Awesome game and also watched the video though one question I have about multiplayer in Construct 3 is how to sync animations between the host and the peer.

your video to this was excellent, Joe.

It also made me realise that to have multiplayer in my racing game, that I would have to rewrite it. So you have saved me a LOT of time :-)

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Thanks for the support! Haha yes... multiplayer games should probably be designed from the beginning to have it as an option.. would be quite painful to implement at the end! Cheers