|WarHeads : Scorched Earth|
What is it ?
Warheads is an original game looking like Scorched Earth, a popular game of 90's developed by Wendell Hicken. Today, I propose this remake for Wii.
"WarHeads : Scorched Earth" is a turn-based battle in two-dimensional random terrain, with each player adjusting the angle and power of their tank turret before each shot. Number of weapons and power-up give a tactical dimension to the game. The weather also impact the trajectory of missiles and create infinite situations.
20th September, 2010
- Rebirth : To avoid confusion, I've rename my game WARHEADS : Scorched Earth.
- Just few adjustments and a new intro, and WarHeads will be released !
- Test it ! It is fully playable !
24th July, 2010
- WarHeads : Scorched Earth is now traduced in English.
- The Language pack include French, English and Spanish. But it's very easy to add your own language.
- The 4 WiiMotes are now supported.
- The Napalm is a lovely deadly weapon :D
13th June, 2010
- Here it is ! Find here the files of WarHeads : Scorched Earth. This pre-version is playable but does not include all weapons (not programmed yet). The introduction is not activated and the sound track is a test.
- Gameplay must be tuned, but this pre-version will allow you to make a good idea of what WarHeads : Scorched Earth will be.
- I've past all this day trying to find a good track for intro... and I fail.
- Any suggestion ? I listen to you !
6th June, 2010
- I've finally open this page... To present my work, WarHeads : Scorched Earth. A remake of an existing game, from 90's. But I just discover how a wiki work, from the dark side...
- I'm still search for all terms of licenses, for sounds, for images, and some common library... so I'm waiting before release the game and it's sources. Just wait for few days.
- And as soon as the 1st version will be releasable, I will ask for Hbb publication...
|In Game||Other Menus|
|Change Angle/Force||Change selected item|
|Quick modif of angle/force||selected command|
|Locate your Tank||N/A|
- Thanks to Don Pedro for helping me to transform my Wii in Media Center (and in a new toy for geek)
- Thanks to the Team Twiizers for the Homebrew Channel
- Thanks to the DevsLib's team
- Thanks to GRRLIB's team
- Thanks to Crayon... No, I never discuss with him, but all the responses he made in forums are full of patience and wisdom and help me a lot. Really !
- Thanks to Freesound.org Project, a strange website full of psychopathics genius...
- Special thanks to my girlfriend who support me every days. :)