A downloadable game for Windows and Linux

About

Made in a month as part of a current objective of mine, RADIUS is:

  • 2:00 Duration
  • 1v1 and 2v2
  • Local Multiplayer
  • Air Hockey + Foosball Hybrid
  • Multiple Maps

Controls

  • REGISTER CONTROLLER -- Start Button
  • MOVE GOALIE -- Left Analog (P1) / Right Analog (P2)
  • MOVE FRONTLINE -- Right Analog (P1) / Left Analog (P1)
  • PLAYERS 3/4 -- Left Analog (Leftmost) / Right Analog (Rightmost)

Credits

Art: Wheelsmif (myself)
Sounds: Wheelsmif (myself) via Chiptone
Music: Xyilent - Arp Synth (on repeat)

More information

Published Jan 11, 2017
StatusIn development
PlatformsWindows, Linux
Release date Jan 15, 2017
AuthorWheelsmif Games
GenreSports
Tags1v1, Abstract, air-hockey, foosball, Local multiplayer, minigames, party-game, Sports
Average sessionA few minutes
LanguagesEnglish
InputsXBox 360 controllers, Joystick
AccessibilityColor-blind friendly, High-contrast
MultiplayerLocal multiplayer
Player count1 - 4

Install instructions

1. Create a folder somewhere, preferably titled "RADIUS"
2. Extract the contents of "RADIUS.zip" into the folder you created.
3. With RADIUS_DATA and RADIUS.exe in the same directory, RADIUS.exe!
4. You can also create a shortcut to RADIUS.exe and plop that wherever you'd like. In the middle of your desktop where everyone can see it usually works best.

Link to WebGL (HTML5) Version HERE!

Download

Download
RADIUS_v1.2.zip 11 MB

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1.2 RELEASE NOTES -- MAJOR UPDATE

  • Added support for 2v2 gametype
  • Added new 'Fentonstyle (2v2)' map type

1.1 RELEASE NOTES

  • Added Main Menu
  • Added new 'Modern' map type
  • Can freely go between map/main menu

We'd like here an XP compatibility fix or something else... Game ask for "mfreadwrite.dll" (win7 stuff). Tnx anyway.

Tito,
I'm sorry you were unable to play! Unfortunately, I cannot do a compatibility fix because Unity does not support XP.
I did, however, spin up a WebGL build that you may be able to play in your browser! I hope this works.

It is here: RADIUS WebGL


Enjoy, and thanks for the interest.

Also WebGL is not compatile with XP, but converting them to Unity works, I'm sure about it because other developers have done this thing for me and it always worked. Tnx for yor reply :P