Very cool looking game. I like simple, but polished minimalist games. Music and sounds are perfect. However, you tagged this as relaxing. I do not agree ahah.
A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux
Supercharge the crystal and see what happens! Be careful, it's very unstable! You have to contain it, otherwise it will get destroyed.
This is a simple radial pong where you control both rackets simultaneously.
<D>, <Right Arrow>, <L>, <;> or <Left Joystick> - rotate clockwise.
<A>, <Left Arrow>, <H>, <J> or <Left Joystick> - rotate
<M> - mute music.
<F> - disable flashing.
<Escape> or <Q> - exit the game at any time. Keep in mind that your progress won't be saved!
Music: "sad Waltz" by Frankum.
Crystal sounds by caiogracco.
Crystal break sound: Glass Break by unfa.
Explosion sound: large explosion 1 by V-ktor.
Palette: PICO-8 Palette.
Developed by Theogen Ratkin for the Content Creators Community Jam 2020.
You can run the *.love file on Linux, Windows and MacOS by opening it with LÖVE.
Or you can download the version with already included LÖVE and all its dependencies for Windows. Just extract the ZIP archive and run PI2NG.exe. If you get a warning from Windows SmartScreen that it's an unrecognized app, click "More info" and "Run anyway".
In a similar manner, you can download the AppImage for Linux.
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Thanks for playing! I guess you are right. It is relaxing for me because I can complete it effortlessly, but I see how it can be frustrating for someone who is not as skilled as me at this game.
I actually didn’t expect it would be so difficult for others. On the contrary, I was worried that it turned out too easy. That’s why you should always let someone play your game before releasing it!
The Art Style In This IS GREAT!
Thanks! I try to make my games look pretty since there isn’t much to them otherwise. :-)
This is such a beatuifully simple game. I love it! It's amazing how great simple the art is and yet how beautiful it looks. Well done my friend!
Wow, thanks! That’s the sweetest thing someone said about my game yet!
I actually wasn’t very happy with this game, but I’m so glad to hear otherwise!
Thank you again, game developers live for comments like this. :-)