Players are always looking for unique and interesting game play. Well, it doesn't get much stranger than Badminton Warrior. In this 2D side scrolling, action adventure, you will use badminton techniques such as the clear, drive, and smash to defeat your enemies. Most of these enemies are sports themed including killer curling stones, missile launching sumo bots, and club throwing rhythm gymnasts. Sixteen challenging levels await you on this crazy adventure to save your friend from the supreme evil... the Bellighost.
One fine morning, Ral, Mindy, AJ, and Jing go to play badminton when an evil being appears and kidnaps Mindy. Things seem pretty grim until a mysterious, old man named Lao Pi materializes and offers Ral an enchanted badminton racquet. He explains that the racquet can deflect any attack back at an enemy but cannot do direct damage by itself. Determined to rescue his friend, Ral embarks on a journey which will take him from the clouds in the sky to the depths of Hades.
• Unique gameplay where you damage enemies by hitting projectiles at them with your racquet, but you cannot damage anything with the racquet itself.
• Sports themed levels, enemies, and bosses.
• Crazy cast of characters including a hockey player who thinks he is a god, a lacrosse player running an insane asylum, and a basketball player who turns a championship trophy into his wife.
• A humorous, outrageous story that does not take itself too seriously.
• Great sounding 8 bit music and sound effects.
Most levels have a unique feature to them that is utilized to vary the gaming experience. The following are some examples:
The basketball level lets you bounce projectiles to take down enemies.
You can use teleportation to your advantage in the space level.
Who wouldn't want to play with a spiked tether ball?
For more information, please click on the links below or checkout the image and video sections of this game.
If you have any questions or just want to say hello, you can contact me at email@example.com, and I will try to get back to you as soon as I can.
It's been awhile since my last post. Thought I would give an update. I've been receiving a lot of feedback from players. One of the biggest complaints is that the game was too hard, especially the boss battles. In response to this, I changed up the boss attacks to make them a lot easier. The details are in this video.
I then found out that a lot of players were skipping the tutorial and going straight into the game. Consequently, they didn't know how to play and struggled beating the enemies. In response, I added Lao Pi tips in the first level. Ral's mentor Lao Pi will now give him tips from time to time on how to execute attacks and hints on how to defeat opponents. I made a video about it. Want to see it? Here it goes...
Finally, I decided to update some of the graphics in the game. Originally, I had used a lot of tiles from this pixel pack I bought off of the Unity store. As I made more and more levels, I ended up drawing most of my own tiles. The earlier levels still had the extremely pixelated tiles so I'm switching those out little by little. The example below shows the original entrance to Thorin's cave.
I think it looks better. Well, that's all I have for now. The free demo is available, and I'm looking for Warriors to give feedback. Thanks.
Currently out as an early access title with a FREE DEMO, I'm looking for feedback on Badminton Warrior.
Early Access releasing this week on Steam November 15, 2018! Article details the combat system, level designs, and enemies.
A short article describing how teleportation is used in combat.
Fight evil with a badminton racquet in this new 2D action platformer that introduces a unique, combat system and pays homage to the 8 and 16 bit games...
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