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Halloween Couples

Emanuele Feronato Flash, Game design, Monetize

The first game of the second part of the experiment is Halloween Couples.

Halloween Couples

It’s basically the sequel of Summer Couples with a different theme and an hexagonal environment.

The basics of hexagonal environments are explained in Understanding hexagonal tiles, Finding adjacent cells in an hex map – part 1 and 2.

Simply match as many Halloween Couples as you can before it’s game over.

It’s an easy one-day game and at the moment is scored 3.44 on Newgrounds, making it the 5th best game of mine, according to NG users.

There’s not that much to say about it at the moment… I am only trying to find a better way to promote the game… I’ll let you know how it’s going.

If you own an arcade portal and want to add the game, you can find the distribution pack here

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Comments 14

  1. Richard Davey

    Did you obtain permission from the artist of the icons used in this game before using them? The originals are licensed under a Creative Commons NON-COMMERCIAL 3.0 license, which is clearly breached here by the inclusion of the Mochi ads.


    License you agreed to when using them:

    I don’t see the artist credited anywhere, or the license upholded, so I *really* hope you contacted them first, otherwise it sends out a bad signal to the rest of the Flash Game Dev community.

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    Emanuele Feronato

    @adanriel: I credited the author in the NG game page

    @Richard: Thank you for the tip. To be honest, I found the icons in a site (without any license) simply googling for “halloween icons” or something similar.

    Unfortunately I don’t remember the site as I developed the game some weeks ago.

    I am going to contact the author right now, and keep you updated

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    Emanuele Feronato

    @deleket: I already sent you an email BEFORE you wrote this comment (please confirm) on the address I found on deviantart

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