Pressing arrow keys hides the orange triangle, allowing you to instantly win... just incase you didn't realise.
Yep, there's some glitches to play with :p You're the first one that notice this , congrats !
Haha, good job btw man. Cool game.
I just hovered the mouse over the border, also works
Just in case you want to fork it :) http://codepen.io/victordarras/pen/xZOqoE
Wow this is surprisingly addictive. Kudos to the author!
I would've spent a lot of time on it if it had a score system.
That might be possible with CSS counters. Holy shit, that'd be something else. Either way, great job, OP!
That's pretty damn great to be honest. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
What I love about this is the techniques used in this isn't really complicated and difficult to understand. Kinda shows you that you don't need to write complicated and sophisticated libraries/frameworks to come up with a way of doing new things.
Wow this is boss.
I just slightly touched my mouse then didn't move it at all and won on the first try.
Second glitch found. Well played ! It seems that the hover state is not called when the hovered element is translated under the mouse. Like a webkit error...
I am so happy this didn't take forever to win. Now I can continue doing stuff...
It's really good and kind of addictive. You could add a score to the game with different maps which will make people spend more time on it.
A really great show of tech, congrats :)
I don't know if it's easier to use a pen tablet playing this game, but I won on the second try! I want more levels! :)
I increased the animation duration so that I could win. :/
Nice hack :)
Edit: oh, it's Chrome only. Got it.
Rad game. Super addicting. Great work!
Really impressive stuff!
fun! at first i thought the svg walls were built with css too. seems doable, but too obnoxious haha
You're right it's doable x). I made a first version only with CSS but writing clip-path property is just horrible ... It's so much easier to draw it in you're favorite vector editor (to have a complete view of the level, to draw nicely curved walls...). No svg version (but too damn easy) here : http://codepen.io/victordarras/pen/OMMmxP
haha, too easy, first try! yea, the walls in css would be one of those things that, yes, id be impressed, but also like holy shit too painstaking get a life.
you know, like saying your shit works in IE5 :D
It's amazing what people can create with just HTML & CSS. Nice job!