Today we have a brand new Lua game for anyone that likes a good platformer with Super bot, a work in progress hmebrew game being made by a new homebrew coder from our forums. The aim of Super Bot is to jump over the oncoming obstacles in a mario-style platformin game that takes you through varying landscapes such as 'the staircase' and 'the kitchen' with some weird glass thing door with blue dots on it. As you can see, all of the sprites that are used in this game are home made which adds to the vintage homebrew feel you get when you run this game.
At the moment the menu, bot sprites and the movement is working in this game and the developer hopes to fix a bug which makes the robot (your enemy) jump to the right and he wishes to add scrolling background support so that when you move the background moves too. For those learning Lua the developer has also posted the source code for the game so that you can havea look and comment on it youself! This game has the potential to develop into a fully-featured platformer and I look forward to seeing more Super Bot releases in the future. You will need Lua Player to run this game.
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