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We were making constant improvements to Star Saver during Too Many Games based on the feedback we were getting. We did have to lock off a couple glitchy areas, but we were trying to get as much playable as possible.
Here are some screens of areas we worked on. Nothing drastically different, but we made some art and level changes. Hope to have some more screens up soon!
Add comment June 22, 2012
Hi all! Here’s a couple new screenshots of levels that are getting polished up. The progress seems painfully slow at times, until I compare shots from only a few weeks ago to what’s in the game now. Would love to hear what everyone thinks about how the game is coming along.
Add comment February 6, 2012
I just updated the UI, and wanted to share some screens. I don’t know if these are permanent – but here’s what’s new.
Shake to interact has been replaced with a context sensitive button. UI added to top to show lives, number of coins, and star fragments collected. Not sure if these take up too much room…
Let me know what you guys think!
Add comment July 18, 2011
Back from The Game Developer’s Conference. We took Star Saver and showed it off to everyone we could. Overall, we got some really awesome feedback on the game and some advice on how to improve it even more! The rubber band physics between the characters got great reviews, and everyone absolutely loved the characters and the art style.
We’re planning on taking it back in the sandbox to make a few adjustments to the flow and speed of the game. Getting feedback like this is absolutely invaluable, and I think the changes will improve the game.
Add comment March 7, 2011
Star Saver is a fast paced physics platformer – a cross between Sonic the Hedgehog and Angry Birds. It’s fun, easy to play, and full of colorful worlds and characters. It follows the story of Squidly and Sir Squishy, two unfortunately named heroes out to save the Stars from the Greedy Kings of the Galaxy.
I will be posting updates on the game here occasionally, but here’s a couple of screenshots to wet your appetite!
(Click the images for the full size screenshots!)
Enjoy, and be sure to leave feedback! We’d love to hear from you!
Add comment February 22, 2011