Factsheet

Developer:
ProjectMW Games
Based in Sydney, Australia

Release date:
Jan, 2014

Platforms:
iOS
Andriod
Windows 8 phone

Website:
games.projectmw.net/errorhunter

Regular Price:

Free

Description

The aim of Error Hunter is easy: hunt down the black error block with your lazer scope. The blocks will only move when the cursor moves. It might not be that simple though: the block's movement patterns are a bit... erratic. Find out if you have what it takes in this deceptively simple game.

History

Error Hunter started as a Flash exercise at university that was about creating visual effects. However Mark, who likes to turn any opportunity into a gaming experience, turned it into a game by colouring one of the rectangles black and giving points for clicking it. Fast forward to November 2013 and Mark catches wind of a Microsoft competition for developers. Wanting to learn Unity anyway, he decides to recreate that game for the mobile platform. As a reward he wins a xbox one from the competition. Later the game is ported to iOS and Andriod.

Features

  • Mischievously moving blocks that react to your movements
  • Colourful graphics that move around your screen like a dancing rainbow
  • Fitting 'relaxing' music to accompany your error hunting
  • 3 modes to choose from, 2 with high scores enabled
  • 100% Free!

Videos

Launch Trailer YouTube


Images

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About ProjectMW Games

ProjectMW Games is an Australian independent game maker made up of just one person: Mark Wong. He enjoys playing games and making games because it adds meaning to his life. ProjectMW Games is currently focusing on the mobile platform.

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Error Hunter Credits

Mark Wong
Game designer and developer

Thomas Bill
Composer


presskit() by Rami Ismail (Vlambeer) - also thanks to these fine folks