A downloadable game for Windows

Hello :)

Tippy the turtle is the first game that I've made and released. It took about a month to make. I did all of the art and code on my own. If you play the game and you find any bugs or want to say something in general, please comment below.

This is simply an idea I was tinkering with, so it only has 3 levels, so I guess you can call it a minigame in a sense. This was a project intended to help me get used to my game engine and I loved every second of creating it and watching it all come together.

Thank you for supporting :)

         ~LilacProductions <3

Install instructions

Just unzip the file and enjoy :)

Download

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Tippy The Turtle.zip 6 MB

Comments

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Very cute game! I was delighted to see the (SPOILER ALERT) polar bears in the last level. 

What is this designed with? Did you code the entire engine from scratch?

If so, this is awesome!

well I made this with gamemaker :) however I'm learning unity right now and I find that to be better. Thanks for playing :) <3

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Good Job! Do the bears do any damage? Almost don't want to shoot them since they don't hurt me lol.  Louis.

Nope no damage, this game isn't a serious project so it was just something to add a little something to the game for fun. And thanks :) (I think your username is funny)

Just a little sarcasm in the name, I know I'm short missy. lol.

just so you know the a and d keys play the walking animation but don't move the character.

thanks for the bug report. Yeahh I was going to make a WASD feature but I had changed my mind :P I'll fix that as soon as possible, and thanks for trying :)

Very good for your first game! There were some collision issues, and when you click on the Main Menu button after reading the Credits, it brings you to the Instructions instead of the menu.

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Thanks for playing :) Thanks for the bug report too, I actually fixed it and updated the file. Thanks for the support <3

You're welcome! It is cool to see people get into game design and programming.