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Project Blue Sphere
By: Michael "Pantsman" Henegar.

About Blue Spere.
Project Blue Sphere is a game made to get re-identified with the GameMaker program. Blue Sphere is a maze style game that features, Simple graphics, Simple level design, and simply fun game play.

How To Play.
The goal of the game is to reach the flag and progress through your day. Your day is devided into four parts, your morning, mid-day, sunset, and night. But to progress through the day and find the flag's you need to first find the trigger. Once the trigger is pressed the flag will apper. But be careful, your have enemies too. Do not come in contact with Red Sphere's or you will lose a life. To make a Red Sphere vulnerable left click on them and they will turn Green for 15 seconds, during this time you can destroy the enemy shperes by coming in contact with them.

Controls.
Movement: Up, Down, Left, and Right. - Arrow keys or the WASD Keys.
Weaken Enemies: Left click on them.
F5: Save your current game
F6: Play saved game

From the Author.
I hope you enjoy playing my game. If you have any questions or comments leave them on the Project Blue Sphere game page found on RPGMaker.net or send me a email at Pantsman9@hotmail.com

Credits:
Liberty, From RMN, Title Screen Graphic.
Music From the FFX Soundtrack; Tracks used; "To Zanarkand", "Tidus' Theme", "Daughter Of The Great Summoner Warrior", "Twilight" & "Aurons Theme"

~Enjoy playing

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If you liked PBS

Then you'll be happy to hear that i am working on a second verison. It will feature the same concept as the original but with enhanced graphics, puzzles, and gameplay. While PBS2 is in the works, hit me up for more info or give the original a whirl and let me know what you think.
  • Completed
  • pantsman9
  • Game Maker Studio
  • Puzzle
  • 01/07/2009 04:46 PM
  • 01/24/2009 12:49 PM
  • 01/07/2009
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Good job on this, Pantsman. This game is pretty fun to just pick up and play. Although it's simple, it's challenging enough to make you want to play more. However, I'd suggest doing something with the tannish box in the top-left corner of the screen that displays the score and lives. It doesn't fit in with the stage and just gets in the way. I'm looking forward to Project Blue Sphere 2!
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