A fun platformer game for PC. My first game and I'm quite proud of it too. This is how it starts out. You are a small circular bit traveling through a computer. You have just found out that the hard drive you live in is being defragmented. Bits and files in the hard drive that aren't 'fragmented' are safe. They will stay on the hard drive. But you... you are very fragmented... probably the most puzzled, fragmented bit on this entire hard drive. This has now become a struggle for survival. Escape your fate of becoming completely fragmented and wiped from the hard drive in this addicting, fun, platformer. Jump on blocks and get the end as the world around you is destroyed! --Controls are explained on the main menu --F4 toggles fullscreen --The game automatically updates itself! ^_^ --The same difficult level can be played by 1-4 players simultaneously. --Includes a level editor so you can make and save your own levels! Please enjoy!
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Posted by XHH on Nov 23rd, 2012
OK. So there's this game that I've been working on for my AP Computer Science class. I call it Fragmented Platformer.
The point of the game is to navigate a small circular player through a grueling obstacle course using fine arrow-key-pressing skills. Just think about it. You're jumping around and you come up to a large wall. Well, you start thinking, let's see how I can get over this. If I jump there maybe I can fall down over there and... Actually I highly doubt you will be going through this thought process at all, especially since you don't have time for it. Oh, did I mention that it's also a race against time game.
No there are no clocks or fancy time trials. Instead your racing for your life. As you move through the world, blocks start to crumble and fragment behind you. Cool, huh?
Of course I got an A on this project for AP Comp Sci. My teacher probably still plays this game when he's bored. Hopefully, if you decide to try it out, you too will enjoy it!