Yarrr! – BlockBuddies in Action YARRRR! Game Release Philippe Simons from Volcano Mobile used the Pirate and the Zombies from the BlockBuddies for his game ‘Yarrrr!’. I added some matching UI and background elements to the game). It’s a nice example of what can be done with the characters in a mobile game. Here are some screens: and some video footage: I hope you get to enjoy it as much as I did doing the art! Yarrr! on Google play PS.: Don’t ask me about my score – it’s so bad that I don’t dare to tell. I wonder if I am now not just a ‘bad player’ but also a ‘bad, old player with reflexes that show my age’… 🙂 chris2019-02-25T07:06:56+10:00May 5th, 2014|EN, Games, News|7 Comments Share This Story, Choose Your Platform! FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail About the Author: chris Pixelpusher, vector-bender, and quad-turner and writer of this blog for a long, long time... Related Posts Free PDF documents – special indepth step-by-step tutorials Gallery Free PDF documents – special indepth step-by-step tutorials Pupey – Reach New Heights – Android Action Game Gallery Pupey – Reach New Heights – Android Action Game Colour variations with layer effects in Affinity Designer Gallery Colour variations with layer effects in Affinity Designer Create and shade a flower pot in Affinity Designer Gallery Create and shade a flower pot in Affinity Designer Farm Rivals – Android Puzzle Game Gallery Farm Rivals – Android Puzzle Game 7 Comments Victor 7. May 2014 at 22:13 - Reply The video works ok but I can't see the images with Firefox 29 Chris Hildenbrand 8. May 2014 at 11:11 - Reply Fixing… It seems that Firefox doesn't like webp images. Pedro Relvas 9. May 2014 at 13:32 - Reply What was the engine used for the game? I'm planning on making a game like this one however with guns and zombies. Just curious on what I needed to make the idea done, so I could release it on Android =) (p.s I just started programming but can do the art just fine) Philippe 9. May 2014 at 23:08 - Reply I used orx (https://orx-project.org/) It's a multi platform game engine running on iOS, Android, linux, Window and MacOSX. Anonymous 10. May 2014 at 7:48 - Reply I recently downloaded your game and its very nice, with great game art and unique gameplay. How many days did you develop this game using the orx engine? Philippe 11. May 2014 at 17:21 - Reply glad you like it, development took me about 60 hours Louisa Rose Brooks 15. May 2014 at 12:09 - Reply Wow what a great game it all looks really nice! And two of my favourite things put together, Pirates and Zombies!! Leave A Comment Cancel replyComment This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.