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[Scratch-Flash]Boss rush-style game.
In Summer 2017, I decided I wanted to make a game based on Kirby Super Star's "The Arena".
I had since made this type of game earlier in 2014 (This game is now definitely obsolete).
Over 6 years I've been developing several game projects on Scratch, so this project is an example of what I'm able to produce.

The game can be found on these links:
<URL url="https://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/710986">https://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/710986</URL> - The scratch project file is typically able to be converted to an SWF file.
<URL url="https://preview.scratch.mit.edu/#222401773">https://preview.scratch.mit.edu/#222401773</URL> - A slightly unstable version of the game which runs even faster due to the new Scratch 3.0 engine.

Credits go to various game companies for the source of music and sound effects:
ZUN - Touhou
Game Freak
Square Enix
KOG Studios
Parabeetle X - <URL url="https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2bB1qnvrwjPxrJbXVkm46w"><LINK_TEXT text="https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2bB1q ... rJbXVkm46w">https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2bB1qnvrwjPxrJbXVkm46w</LINK_TEXT></URL>

If you're interested in working with me, DM me and I'll send you a link to my discord server.

POST EDIT: I should of mentioned, I was invited to this forum to promote my game.
Now that is interesting, a game developed in Scratch Big Grin

I had no idea it was possible to "convert" Scratch into .SWF. The more you know Big Grin

But still, it is an unusual choice, why did you make it in Scratch? (Considering the mainstream 10 years ago was flash and HTML5 nowadays)
Questions, feedback or just want to contact me?

Send me a PM or an e-mail at contact@superwerer.com !
Oh and by the way back to the game: I really liked the fast gameplay, although it is kind of challenging in the beginning until you get to know the controls. And the quick gameplay of skills really give a very action feeling to the game
Questions, feedback or just want to contact me?

Send me a PM or an e-mail at contact@superwerer.com !
I appreciate that you like the fast gameplay - I was definitely going for an action feeling where you have to develop your skills through practice - especially on harder difficulties (I only really put easy mode for sake of the game not being impossible for first-timers).

And to answer why I made it in Scratch - to put it simply, 5 years ago I was in year 7 (11 years old), so Scratch was really the only way I could understand how to make a game because I had trouble learning on Game Maker and Flash etc, and with studies coming first - I just never learnt any other way.

Playing the game on Scratch itself is abysmally slow - it can be converted to SWF because Scratch's engine runs on SWF (Much, much faster).

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