My first game in three.js :)

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Hi all. This is my first game in three.js
It is necessary to hold the green cube to the exit and not get under the red cubes.

Escape 3D

escape3d

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#2

Simple, but catchy :+1:

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#3

Maybe it’s a good idea to add a short description to your initial post. This will let potential players know what your game is about.

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#4

Nice game man :smiley:

I remember when I made my first game with three.js. It was really wonky. Still kinda works.

Good luck and godspeed with your future adventures in WebGL, my friend!

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#5

catchy, couldnt pass 6

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#6

@pailhead The same :smile: :beers:

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#7

You need tuch yellow ball and you movement will be faster

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#8

I thought there should be a cheat code.
Unfortunately, IDDQD doesn’t work :smile:

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#9

I like it. Good job. But why is it soo hard for my notebook? I think you need to optimize your game.

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#10

Very cool game! Really liked it. I noticed that the red cubes sometimes move a bit faster and sometimes a bit slower. This sort of irregular movement happens to me to, when I am programming with Three.js. Haven’t yet figured what might be causing it. I even tried taking into account the elapsed time to know how much to move a object, still no avail. The movement is never completely uniform.

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#11

Cool, I like.

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#12

Good game, lots of fun!

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#13

Quite addicting!

Level 6 and 9 are definitely the hardest. Level design is interesting enough to keep me playing until the end, a tip about the balls giving you speed in-game would be helpful. :slight_smile:

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#14

Great logic, just work on the performance - FPS in the 5-8MAX range - I think it’s a shadow.

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