Vectronic is a first-person environmental puzzle game inspired other games of the same genre such as Portal, Quadrum Conundrum, and Q.U.B.E. Players must solve puzzles using special power balls that effect boxes that changes their behavior in the world.
A playable demo is available on the Leadwerks Game Launcher. Play the demo within seconds! You can also get the demo in the included 7z file. This short demonstration showcases the basic elements of the game.
Movement: W,A,S,D Jump: Space Crouch: Ctrl Fire Blue Ball: Left Click Fire Green Ball: Right Click Pickup/Drop Object: E Feedback is welcomed with opened arms as always!
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Blog with Q&A and Help: http://vectronicgame.blogspot.com/
For help, See: http://vectronicgame.blogspot.com/p/demo.html
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Luawerks is a Lua framework for video games developed on the Leadwerks Game Engine. It supplies developers with additonal functions, handles the game loop and allows them to debug their code with a developers console. With all that out of the way, you can focus on making your game fun!
The Window, Timing, World, are taken care of within the framework. Correct resolution settings when the game is launched in fullscreen. Debug, load maps and even add your own commands with the built-in developer console. Built in methods to prevent loading invalid assets. Easily precache sounds, models, textures, and prefabs to increase load times! Graphic setting controls are implemented and can be changed on the fly by the console! Luawerks knows when you're launching from an editor and will go into a 'developer mode' which enables the developer console and force the game to go into a windowed mode. You can change some of these settings and manually call the mode with a batch/bash file. It's written in Lua. Change it to fit your needs without recompiling!
Learn how to intergrate Luawerks with your game, along with other tricks:
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