Little Sticky went to bed one night with his favorite smiley shirt and had a very interesting dream. His smiley shirt began talking to him! It told him that he must collect as many ripe fruits falling off a magical tree as he can before he wakes up. The more he collects, the better luck he'll have when he wakes up! Be careful though, his shirt will get very angry if Sticky drops too many fruits!
Play the game at http://juggletree.github.com/game-off-2012/
The fruit tree grows various fruit from it's branches and eventually fall. The player must control Sticky to catch the fruit. He can throw two fruit together to have them merge and increase in point value. If there are too many fruit for Sticky to handle, he can toss a few in the basket to lighten the load. Dropping fruit will make his shirt angry! Sticky will return to the real world when his vision ends after 2 and a half minutes, or if he drops five fruits!
Use 'A' and 'D' or 'Left' and 'Right' to move Sticky left and right.
Use the mouse to aim and 'Click' to throw a fruit up to that location.
Building From Source
Once LimeJS is installed, grab our source code and stick it in the LimeJS 'bin' folder. Edit the JuggleTree.html file and point the Google Closure base to the LimeJS installation of Google Closure. In my case it's 'c:/limejs-232d784/closure/closure/goog/base.js'. Fire up the command prompt and run 'lime.py update' to update all the dependencies. Finally, open up JuggleTree.html in Chrome or Firefox.
If you experience a black background while playing the game, you need to disable GPU acceleration in your browser.
- Click on Firefox button, and then Options
- Go to the Advanced tab
- Untick the check box of the "Use hardware acceleration when available" option
- Type "about:flags" into the browser bar
- Enable the "Disable accelerated 2D canvas" option
- Restart your browser
The Title Screen
- Lead Developer - Jonathan Slabaugh
- Developer - Steven McCarthy
- Artist - Edgar Frank
- Music - Jake Hobrath