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2 game concepts for you to play online!
by Thierry Brochart on 05/02/13 07:52:00 am

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Hello Everyone!

I've just posted my Game of the day concepts on my website for you to play:
You will find 2 games (free) for the moment. Another one will appear soon, so stay tuned!
Meanwhile for those who want to play my games, please do not hesitate to comment like or dislikes 


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Jonathan Jennings
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I really like Break 'em out, very cool ! I couldn't quite figure out how to play abduct them all

Thierry Brochart
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Hi Jonathan, Thanks a lot for your comments, Break'em out will get a new release very soon as this version doesn't have the bonuses (3 extra balls, extra large pad etc) to allow you to make a better chrono...
As for Abduct'Em all, it's actually a fun game to play with a smartphone or a tablet as you need your 2 thumbs to press the screen (on the pc version only one mouse click on the screen is allowed) and generate a kind of energy wave from them to make the bots go limp and being dragged up (like using the Force like a Jedi :) ) and you just have to hang them up on their respective anchor (color match, i.e. red bot on red anchor, grey bot on grey anchor and yellow bot on yellow anchor) and then they will be abducted (dissappearing up) just you have to do that on 10 bots rapidly to make the best chrono possible.
And there is a new concept I'll try to publish on my site today, "Recycle Hero" May be you'll like it too: it's about being in a Bot factory where you have to recycle old bots the quickest as possible, press the hammer at the right time (more or less will reduce/augment the speed making your score lower/higher) to smash the bot into a recycled cube of metal, and it'll go faster untill you recycled 10 of them. Again the best score is the lowest chrono, all those bots mini-games function the same, to make a final score as an addition of all the chronos...
Thanks again for trying them Jonathan

Jonathan Jennings
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No problem at all Thierry Thanks for making games for people to play!