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DescriptionFlex your muscles as a trapeze artist in The Amazing Flying Brothers. Bound by the laws of gravity, a little guy needs to perform stunts to wow the audience, by flying from swing to swing. There are only two, so the player has no choice to go back and forth, or go for a surprise by landing on the same swing, until the final verdict - sandy circus ground - is met.
The game is entirely controlled by a single mouse button. Hold it down while the character is coming down to accelerate, or hold it while he is going up to slow down; click to release the bar. Points are awarded for performing flips, flight time, kissing the ceiling, quick changes, and most importantly; dramatic drumming. After a while, a pile of little guys covers the ground, not softening the fall in any way.
Part of the Following Groups
- Kloonigames' monthly experimental done-in-under-a-week games
- One-button games
- Physics Engine: Box2D
- Theme: Circus
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- The Amazing Flying Brothers -- Product page on the developer's website where the game can be downloaded, free of charge.
Sciere (228139) added The Amazing Flying Brothers (Windows) on Jul 02, 2007
Pride of the 48 Band - Thunderers MarchThe game uses the Box2D physics engine by:
Ringmaster-clown by RebeccaMacK used under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 2.0 license, In the ring by Elsie esq used under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 licenseSound Effects:
circus_short.mp3 by Harri, drumroll.aif by Heigh-hoo, cheer.wav by acclivity, applause 1.mp3 by Charel Sytze, applause2.mp3 by Charel Sytze, applause3.mp3 by Charel Sytze, bookslapthud2.aif by buzzbox, whip/slap/belt/punch.wav by scarbelly25, neck_crack.wav by Halleck, neck_crack_pure.aif by Halleck, Bone Cracking.wav by DalomarGrimm, Applaudissement.wav by thesandro, All soundeffects are used under Creative Commons Sampling Plus 1.0 License.Inspiration source:
Experimental Gameplay ProjectThe Amazing Flying Brothers uses:
SDL, SDL_Image, SDL_Mixer, SDL_RotoZoom