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Reflector is an action packed FPS game. It features a different type of gameplay where you don't have a gun. You can reflect projectiles or absorb them and shoot them back at enemies. 

This prototype is a game developed for the Mirror Game Jam. I worked on this around 6  days.  All of the programming/art is original and created by me. All of the music was created by XIFI and all of the sound effects are public domain. I hope you enjoy the game! 

Controls are taught in game but for those interested. 
-Space to jump, press twice to double jump 
-W,A,S,D To move
-Shift to Dash
-Left click and Right Click for abilities

Developer Information:

Developer: Matthew Palaje
Music: XIFI

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Rated 4.0 out of 5 stars
GenreAction, Shooter
Made withUnreal Engine
Tags3D, FPS, fps-platformer, Unreal Engine


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ReflectorGame.zip 344 MB


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Yo, this game that you made here: https://matthewpalaje.itch.io/1-hour-game-jam-1 I actually used the same concept in my game, but for a 7 day jam!! lmao have a look here : https://popsplash-games.itch.io/bringer-of-chaos-an-epic-chaos-shooter

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could you maybe add a cofiguration menu to lower the graphics, cos i dont have any money for a new pc and my current one is really old. so yeah, if you could make it an option to have low graphics settings, that would really help

the game looks cool, but i cant load it for some reason... :(

level style is what i liked

Feels like if Titanfall's Pilots had access to their Titan's deflect ability.


Amazing game. Very unique gameplay style! 

I feel guilty not paying. It is an amazing game. It is definitely worth the extra buck or so. Tips for unity coding?

Sorry i couldnt pay to play this game and simply downloaded it for free. i am 16 years old and i have started learning programming for unity. Havent played the game yet but i will in the near future. I do promise to pay sometime later. I got no money right now. I am typing all this because i have played your other games and ik u deserve to get the money. Any advice for my journey of learning to make games in unity?