Funny Fingers is a TTLBPTM (tricky to learn but pleasant to master) instant-restart action game in which your mission is to delay the inevitable for a group of column-like avatars that shrink down over time but grow back up when they collect energy pickups.
To succeed, you'll need to shift these avatars left and right across an array of lanes so as to avoid threats and collect the right proportion of the available energy pickups - enough to keep the avatars from shrinking into oblivion, but not so many that they grow vulnerably, dangerously tall.
And - this is the tricky to learn part - you must do this using a control scheme that does not work like you might expect, or like anything you might have seen before....
Each copy of this simple game for 2 to 10 fingers comes standard with the following features:
Keyboard-only controls that mimic business typing, Escape-to-instantly-quit, and an unobtrusive 1280x720 windowed presentation
Five difficulty levels to welcome novices and humble veterans alike, with anywhere from 1 to 5 avatars to control at once
Five leaderboards to climb
Fifteen achievements to pop
Players of a prototype version have had this to say:
"Madly tricky. Awesome controls."
"This is great! The control scheme is so unique and interesting. Seems simple, but it's a real brain buster."
"My brain doesn't like this game... and that's just a good thing: this game is good training for your brain. Great job!"
"I fail every time at this game. Good game though."
"Failing epically is good for the ego. Great game!"
"Interesting and perplexing. A very different idea for a game than I have ever seen. Is there even a technique to controlling the fingers accurately?"
"Very creative and confusing xD I loved it."
"This game just made me filp my table ... for that reason I'll give you 5/5."
"Way more Better than Flappy bird."
"How do you start it"
Designed and developed by @wly_cdgr
With sprites and sounds by @marleyhallart
7, 8, 8.1, 10
Atom, Celeron, Pentium, i3+
2 GB RAM
Any integrated or discrete graphics card with DX11+ support
10 MB available space
Confirmed to run at 60FPS on an Atom netbook with 2GB of RAM
|Publisher:||Trollcore Enterprises TM|