Disclaimer: I am unaffiliated with either Desktop Ponies or Foozogz. I'm just a big fan of their stuff, and borrowed it for this short, small project.
Music: Foozogz (PepperBrony)
Song title: "Rainbowdash and Fluttershy Go For a Leisurely Glide"
Graphics: Desktop Ponies
RainbowDash: Starstep pony, if I'm not mistaken
Background graphics: Half-n-Half
This project was started Sunday, September 30th, 2012. I used it as a way to practice my AS3.0 coding, having finally, finally taken the leap from AS2.0. I'm fairly happy with the results, even though the AS3.0 back-end is pretty ugly to behold.
A lot of the extra graphics were from a previous shelved project I had tried working on, although it was far too ambitious for just one person to work on.
I'm just glad the Pony community has such awesome resources out there. I really want to give credit to the Desktop Ponies and Foozogz, their work is phenomenal, check them both out and give them the props they deserve when you can. I would have posted a link to Desktop ponies, but their site was having DNS issues at the time. Foozogz's Bandcamp is linked above.
Edit: Playing it in a browser is a little weird. It lags ever so slightly, so I suggest clearing any other windows that may be running flash, if that's... ok with you... *fluttersqueak*
Welp, it's about that time:
Back when I was making and testing this game, I got so good at it, that I, pretty much, never missed a cloud.
The trick is to make use of the left and right arrow keys, as well.
not to shabby considering i suck at thease kind of games
for the first time
Missed: 24 WOOT!
This game was fun, however small, and its a nice little timewaster.
not bad for 1st time I guess
also, yeah, I didn't put much VCD thought into this one. It's, more or less, all white and blue. Nice catch.
Anyways, glad you liked it.
Violets are blue,
This games wins the oscar price, in my head, because it is so awesome and cool and hawt, that i am passing out here...
Yeah, I could see that. It would take me some time to figure out a good way to match that up, though. It would have to keep in tune with the whole 'to the pace of the song' theme I have going.