Button Speed Challenge is a small game / tool that let’s you check how fast you can press a button. Originally, that was the only thing it was going to do but then I also decided to add a test to check your average reaction speed. You can play with either your keyboard or a gamepad (using whatever your controller detects as “button 1”).
Besides what’s currently available, not much will be updated or added to this game besides a few trophies. Leader boards are enabled for people with a Game Jolt account, so try to go for a high score.
You can play it here:
A small patch has been released for Snow Fort Defense which hopefully fixes the visual glitch when unlocking Game Jolt trophies. This is the last update for Snow Fort Defense. For more information about the game, click here.
Snow Fort Defense is now also available on Game Jolt and supports both high scores and trophies! As I had previously mentioned, the online high scores was a feature I was planning on implementing since the start but I decided to also try adding Game Jolt trophies support after seeing how easy it would be to implement them.
Due to the fact that the original game wasn’t designed with an achievement system in mind, there is currently a small visual glitch when ever a trophy is unlocked, which will probably be fixed in a future patch. Besides that, though, the trophies unlock as they should and the game works the same. And, of course, the online high score system works perfectly.
You can play the new version of Snow Fort Defense at the URL below. The itch.io and IndieDB pages will be updated in the next few minutes.
I know in the last post I implied that Rie’s Candy Catch would not be updated anymore but I decided to give it one more update. The game is now available on Game Jolt and includes high score functionality for both Regular Mode and Endless Mode. This is definitely the final update for it. You can play it through the following link: http://gamejolt.com/games/rie-s-candy-catch/120246
Just a quick update about the current status of things here at NovaFan Games and about future projects. First, wanted to mention quickly about the current games we have that Snow Fort Defense may be the only one that gets an update. That would probably be to update the highscore …
I just ported Rie’s Candy Catch and Snow Fort Defense to WebGL, so there shouldn’t be any issues on loading either game with Google Chrome now or in the future. Other browsers should work well too, including Firefox. Also, as a plus, you can now play these games on the web through …
Several weeks ago, Google released version 42 of their browser which disables NPAPI by default. Since all of our web games are played through the Unity Web Player, you won’t be able to play them directly through Chrome now. There two ways to fix this. Reenable NPAPI support in Google Chrome. This …
All three downloadable versions of Snow Fort Defense are now available at IndieDB too. Click on the button below to access the game’s page at that site. (The link has also been added to our Snow Fort Defense page)
A small update for Snow Fort Defense is now available for the Linux version of the game. This small update simply makes resolutions that aren’t really compatible with the game look better. Since this issue only happens in the Linux version, no other version has been affected.