The Future of Supersonic Games- Showcase of New Game UI Design

Gamelover456Gamelover456 Member Posts: 378
edited September 2014 in Announce Your Game!

In the past, I have been using the actor color boxes in the games that I have developed in 2013 and 2014. That will all change, because I am here today to showcase the New Game UI Design that I have created for my future games, that I will develop in 2015 and onward into the future.

In 2013 and 2014, my games looked like this on the Kindle Fire and Windows 8/Windows 8.1:

Starting in 2015 and continuing into the future, my games will look like this:

Plans for 2015:

  1. Sequel to Bible Trivia
  2. New Technology Trivia Game
  3. Sequel to Minigame Survival


  • gamestudentgamestudent Member Posts: 504

    Wow. Thats... Nice.

  • LovejoyLovejoy Member Posts: 2,078

    Good luck to you, cheers to another good year.

    Fortuna Infortuna Forti Una

  • Gamelover456Gamelover456 Member Posts: 378
    edited September 2014

    @gamestudent Thanks, I made the New Game UI Design in Microsoft Paint

  • Gamelover456Gamelover456 Member Posts: 378

    Updated Photo of the New Game UI Design:

  • SocksSocks London, UK.Member Posts: 12,822
    edited October 2014


    I have to be frank, but someone has to say it otherwise what is the point of these forums if not to get honest advice from fellow developers . . . . these are not great ! More work needed !!

    I actually think your second image in your OP is an improvement on your first image, as you seemed to have introduced a colour palette of sorts, although I'd be tempted to loose the aqua marine background and replace it with something more neutral like black, white or a grey (but you usually have an image/photograph here don't you?).

    And your third image, with the red background is also an improvement on your original palette (in my opinion at least) as the colours all seem to sit together reasonably well, no muted tones or weird mustardy colours ! :)

    Putting the colour palette aside, the actual UI design still looks pretty basic, but you are going in the right direction.

  • Gamelover456Gamelover456 Member Posts: 378

    @Socks the colour palette was used to showcase the new Game UI Design. There will be a image/photograph in the background when I use it in my 2015 games.

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