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Light Cycle

Light Cycle - Ante Bralic

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Ante Bralic
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Description
Direct the glowing energy bit inward or outward through the group of concentric light cycles to get to the opposite end. Avoid dangerous yellow energy surges that circle the central core, by scaling towards or away from the center. Blue circles move you clockwise, while the red circles move you counter-clockwise, but be careful not to collide with any outer walls in the process. Likewise, avoid colliding with the central core, as it powers the energy surges.


How to Play
Located on the left, the controls consist of an inner and outer circle. Click on the inner circle to move inward and the outer circle to move outward from the core. When the time and position is right, shoot yourself away from the outer-most circle to reach the exit tunnel.


Installation Instructions
No installation necessary. Play now in browser!


Technologies Used
Flash CS4, ActionScript 3.0
Name and Visual Style inspired by Tron
Gameplay not inspired by Tron Light Cycles


Fun Facts
Ante can do it all, flying solo or as part of this team or that team. Keep an eye out for Ante's upcoming MMO.

The control graphic looks exactly like an XBOX 360 ring.


Rob's Corner
A simple and beautiful puzzle game.


Jim's Corner
First off, this game has nothing to do with the famous "Light Cycle" game archetype. Second, it's quite good once you wrap your head around the purposefully simple yet obtuse controls. Ordinarily I would beg Ante to simplify the control scheme, but I think figuring it out is part of the game's charm. The look of the game, and the "glow" effect is superlative.


History
v1.1  Minor improvements.

v1.0  Play Original TOJam Version

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