iPad Fall Guy - By Ian Zeman (v1.0.0)

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  1. BeardFace

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    #1 BeardFace, Oct 5, 2010
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    Hi Everyone. Please allow me to introduce myself first of all. My name is Ian. I'm a lone developer working on a few projects for the iPhone/iPod touch.

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    Fall Guy is my first venture into the App Store. Fall Guy a simple pick up and play game, but gets very addictive when you get into it. The basic premise: You help Fall Guy avoid approaching barriers while activating his protective bubbles to pass through the colored platforms. Sounds simple enough but once the game starts speeding up it gets mighty challenging!

    If you'd like a fun new game to try out why not give Fall Guy a whirl?

    Features include:
    • Three game modes, increasing in difficulty (Classic, Pit Fall and Pit Fall Extreme)
    • OpenFeint integration for Leader boards and achievements

    iTunes link: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/fall-guy/id394734118?mt=8#
    Price: $0.99

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    If you have any comments at all about the game, good or bad, please do let me know. I will be updating it regularly and any feedback or suggestions would be very much appreciated! Thanks for looking :)
     
  2. awp69

    awp69 Well-Known Member

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    What? Where's Lee Majors? And Heather Thomas (the real reason for liking the Fall Guy)?
     
  3. Howlingwolf

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    Bought this a few days ago great little game and getting good reviews in the uk app store .
    Congrats too the developer :)
     
  4. BeardFace

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    Hey Howlingwolf, thanks mate I really appreciate that :) I've seen you on the leaderboard, not bad at all! ;)
     
  5. Howlingwolf

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    No problem its a great little game only tried the classic so far will try the other 2 when i get a chance
     
  6. acrotran

    acrotran Well-Known Member

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    How does it work? Let me guess. The guy in the bubble is falling. You have to guide him through the non-solid part of the barrier and you have to press the button of the same color as the barrier. Close?
     
  7. BeardFace

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    Yes sir, thats the basic premise of the game :)
     
  8. sammysin

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    Love the icon, very amusing!
     
  9. BeardFace

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    Thankyou very much sammysin :)
     
  10. First thing the subject made me think of too.
     
  11. BeardFace

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    Just IMDB'd the fall guy and it makes sense now, whoops. I havnt ever watched it, is it any good? I may have to add some sort of bounty hunting in a patch ;)
     
  12. It's very much 80s camp, much like Simon & Simon, Cagney & Lacey, Heart to Heart, The Dukes of Hazard, etc. Lots of cheese and stuff that makes you cringe when watching it nowadays (though not as bad as re-watching The Greatest American Hero, as I did recently), but it was tha shizz back in the day. But it had Heather Thomas and Markie Post (Night Court) and that's what matters. :)
     
  13. BeardFace

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    So many shows that I'v missed. I grew up in South Africa, so I'v not seen most of those..
     
  14. BeardFace

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    Just changed a couple of screenshots on the first page :)
     
  15. Well, I'll say they were fun and entertaining back in the day, but watching through a lot of those these days you really notice how much better TV shows have gotten in terms of acting, cinematography, script writing, etc. It's actually kind of surprising how much things have changed in what doesn't seem like that long a period.
     

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