Raphael submitted his entry for the PSP neoflash contest. He said that it was just a demo. We think it's a great opening for a game! Here's a cool shot!
The first thing we noticed was the colorful background--transporting us back to the 1970's, where Disco held it's powerful grip on popular culture. It reminded us of the colorful floors in Saturday Night Live. Very nice.
The spinning block in the middle, saying "We Love Disco", was a nice touch. Cooler thing about it was that you can actually change the object in the middle by pushing X. From a block of text to a multicolored cube, to a white prism-like cube. Look at the shots below!
Disco - Image 2Disco - Image 1
The music was also reminiscent of the times. We also liked the beat detection located in the lower left of the screen . Nice touch there.
This demo is a ice beginning page for a possible game. Hope we'll see more of your works, Raph!
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