Since Globez is getting quite a success, thanks to more than 4 million gameplays, I dediced to reskin it in order to make an Halloween game. But a simple reskin would have been annoying, so I changed the gameplay a bit, making creepy faces (aka globez) fall down like all “bejeweled-style” games, and I also modified the scoring system.
The game now is made out of 432 lines (Globez was 435), and is monetized using MochiMedia APIs.
I got in touch with Jojo when I realized I stole his icons in the making of Halloween Couples back in 2008. Since then, not only I purchased all his icons, but I also hired him for some custom icons I am using in an upcoming game.
Time of some trivia: Creepy Couples is the 4th “couples” game I made, after Christmas Couples (24.9 million gameplays), Summer Couples (2 million gameplays) and Halloween Couples (2.6 million gameplays).
The source code of all these “couples” games (with the exception of Creepy Couples), and other AS2 games for a total of 12 commercial games is available for download: check this page for more information.
Will Creepy Couples beat all “couples” games?
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