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My First Quantum Translocator
Posted by Ryan on 1 March 2012, 20:09 GMT

As some of the software from a certain programming contest rolls into our archives, it has been my delight in exploring the entries. First up, I would love to talk about the title that piqued my interest the most: My First Quantum Translocator.

My First Quantum Translocator (MFQT) is a reconstruction of a decidedly Portal-inspired puzzle-platformer game by the same name originally developed by Cellar Door Games, Inc. Kevin "leafiness0" Chen's work is highly faithful to the original game and, while currently incomplete, is certainly playable in its current form. MFQT currently boasts some nice collision detection, speed, and some really enjoyable little animation routines (I love the energy bursts upon translocation!). Kevin has stated that he intends to add the in-game text and finish the title in the near future, which I am greatly looking forward to. How exciting! Now, if only we can get secret character sprite-swaps like in the original...

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Re: My First Quantum Translocator
Stefan Bauwens  Account Info
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I have seen the screenshots, and it looks very cool. Well done!

Reply to this comment    5 March 2012, 19:22 GMT

Re: Re: My First Quantum Translocator
Ryan Boyd Account Info
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It is definitely well done. I've been spending an awful lot of time with it :)

Reply to this comment    6 March 2012, 15:37 GMT

Re: My First Quantum Translocator
Jim Bauwens Account Info
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Looks very nice and well done!
Congratulations with the Leafy!

Reply to this comment    7 March 2012, 08:54 GMT

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