UVIC CRASHER

UVIC CRASHER
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Summary

A classic reborn. UVIC CRASHER is a multiplayer video game that updates the original Breakout from Atari but still preserves the retro style we all love.

  • Language: English
  • Public website: Yes
  • Number of players: 1-2 Players
  • Release date: May 23, 2019
  • Development time: 3 Weeks
  • Tools: Visual Studio Code, GitHub
  • Author: Oriol Serrabassa
  • Goal: Break all the blocks with the lowest time
  • Website purpose: Create a video game and publish it on GitHub Pages

Additional information

The game was originally uploaded in a public GitHub repository. However, at some point I decided to removed it.

UVIC CRASHER is a remake of the classic Breakout by Atari. I decided to create a singleplayer and a multiplayer mode that at first may look like they are exactly the same but they have slight differences. For example in the singleplayer mode, the ball every time it hits anything will change its apperance randomly. On the other hand, the multiplayer mode since it has a smaller screen and it is harder to track the ball, the ball does not change its appearance.

To not make the game infinite, I implemented a mechanic that whenever the ball hits anything, it will gain speed.

Instructions

  1. Download UVIC CRASHER from here or from the GitHub Repository
  2. Download and install Visual Studio Code
  3. Open the project in Visual Studio Code
    1. Right click folder project
    2. Open with Code
    3. Open index.html
  4. Go to Extensions from the left sidebar on Visual Studio Code
  5. Search Live Server and install first result available
  6. Reload Visual Studio Code if necessary
  7. Click on Go Live located at the bottom right corner
  8. Game should open on the default browser

Remember to close the server when you are done playing by clicking once again on the bottom right corner.

Assets

UVIC CRASHER.zip (8 MB)

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