Alright my fellow robots, I'd like to share something with you.
I'm an indie game dev (if I have earned that title)
I have trouble finishing my projects, but I sat down and make myself do it, GameJam style, it took me a little less than three days to get it all perfect, but I'm done.
It's probably not worth the effort, but I want your opinion.
Here is the link. It's only a little less than 8MB, and it's not a virus
Tell me how I did guys.
Was it worth it?
Is it fun?
Shameless self bump since I forgot to mention a few things
W is jump, not space.
also, limit your frames using the graphics settings. If you get to many frames, it becomes too fast and unplayable
Okay, I'll bite. But first I want to ensure this isn't a virus by confirming you're a real programmer. In whatever language you choose, write a program that fits these specifications:
Print numbers 1 through 100. If a number is divisible by 3, print Fizz instead of the number. If a number is divisible by 5, print Buzz instead of the number. If a number is divisible by both 3 and 5, print FizzBuzz. You can't just print the lines manually, you must use some sort of loop and if else statements.
Tried it. It's kinda fun but nothing special, like a mobile game I'd play on the bus or subway ride.
Only issue I had is that sometimes the hole was way too on the extreme or completely off-screen, which made me lose a couple of times.
That's about it. I kinda was expecting a little more, but being such a little file and being done in such a short time, I shouldn't have expected much.
Him writing fizzbuzz will prove he knows to code (well, sort of,) and I figure if he actually knows how to code he's not scamming, because most scammers aren't actually good with computers, they just want people to think they are. So that's my logic, however illogical, behind what I said.
use 15 instead of an && statement and put it as the first check, and 3 and 5s and else's following.
Good tho, I hate coding outside of IDEs. I've beceome so dependant on IntelliJ/Eclipse shortcuts.