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Flipper Volcano is a pinball game with procedurally generated levels. Play as a ghost trying to escape an erupting volcano: use your flippers to reach higher levels and outrun the rising lava!

Features

  •  Procedurally generated world with arcade pinball physics
  • 3 different biomes with fun pinball objects
  • 5 different characters to unlock
  • Beat your highscore in endless mode
  • ~1 hour of gameplay

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Updated 25 days ago
StatusReleased
PlatformsWindows, macOS
Rating
(4)
AuthorSokpop Collective
GenreAction
Tags2D, Arcade, Physics

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In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $3 USD. You will get access to the following files:

Flipper Volcano v1.0 (Windows) 31 MB
Flipper Volcano v1.0 (macOS) 33 MB

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i have not yet played your game, just wanted to say beautiful visuals, the color pallete is very interesting

Sweet little game! It’s reminds me of the mobile game PinOut by Mediocre. Runs perfectly on my Windows AMD gaming laptop (Asus ROG G14), even on energy saving battery mode.

But seems to be a bug where I can’t unlock the endless mode. Just says I’m gonna play 3 more times to unlock it. But after 3 times, it says the same thing.

congrats, you have already unlocked endless mode ;)

Hey! wait! what?! Did I get tricked 😂

hehe i think its just a bug ^^

but its also a good explanaition of what an endless mode is ^^

Indeed 😁

Really enjoy the idea and style! Unfortunately had a lot of trouble playing it.

Running it in Wine on Linux. Default settings are pretty unplayable but it runs perfectly fine in windowed mode, low quality, motion off. Though every time I die or start the game these settings get reset to default.

One of my all time favorite games is Kirby's Pinball Land. Thank you for making this. I'll be picking it up in the near future!

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Game looks great!

Any chance for a Linux version? I'd be happy to help with testing.

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Oh man, I love the concept here, but it's unplayable on my mac laptop. The framerate on default settings is about 10fps, and there's a delay of about a 300ms between when I hit a button and the flipper moves. I can reduce that delay somewhat by setting the graphics quality to the lowest settings, but it's still far too long a delay to make a fast-paced reflex-based game like this playable. The weird thing is, according to Activity Monitor, the game is using only 25% of my CPU, so I don't know why it runs so poorly. It doesn't seem like the sort of game that would push even a crappy GPU (in my case, Intel HD Graphics 530) to its limits... I can play action-y html5 games, and those should be even less efficient.

It hasn't a demo version? I want to try it before buying

Can't open the App on Mac, i'll wait for an update later, really excited to play :D!

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This is so awesome! Congrats on yet another cool game!

Something to note - having a controller plugged in made the game bug out, but once I unplugged it, it was perfect.

Cheers!

Its probably running Unitys old input system. Then you need to plug in the controller BEFORE you start the game.

Very charming and fun little pinball adventure! Made it through the volcano once and almost a second time within my first play session ;) Controller support would be nice.

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Hello there!

As an all around flippers lover, i must say this a really cool and fun flipper game, perfectly nailed the right feeling. 

the only thing i feel like complaining about a little bit it's the sound design; it's good for the most part, but, aside from an anequal mixing of various different effects, some louder than others, there were some that felt...i would say off, like the bouncing white surfaces. i don't know, mabe it's personal, but everytime i heard them, it didn't felt like they should've make that loud "pop" sound. 

I would suggest a tiny bit of rework for the sound design overall. aside from that, really cool game!