Archives for October 2011

Pixel Says: A Game with One Pixel

Posted on October 30, 2011 in Projects

A couple days ago I felt like doing a quick game for a little change from the game I've been working on for the last seven weeks. For some reason, I decided that limiting myself to only one pixel would be a cool idea. So last night, in an hour and a half, using FlashPunk, I put together a Simon Says remake called Pixel Says. Obviously, the only thing that I wasn't able to do...

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Progress on the Platformer

Posted on October 28, 2011 in Projects

Since last time I posted on my new platformer game, a lot as happened (as you would expect). Since then, I've released two new progress videos, so instead of me throwing a wall of text at you, I'll let them speak for themselves. Take note that, like last time, the videos are darker than the game itself (though the severity of this seems to have improved somewhat). Here's the latest one: And the one before...

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How It Works: The Thruster in Facilitated Escape

Posted on October 23, 2011 in Tutorials

In this post I'll be taking a look at how I programmed aspects of the ship's thruster in my game, Facilitated Escape. I'll most likely be making more posts like this in the future (as in, I intend to make a series of "How It Works" posts). Initially I had a lot of trouble getting the thruster to look right; you might be able to see some of my troubles in the Ludum Dare time-lapse....

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A New Game and Future Plans

Posted on October 06, 2011 in Projects

I've been working on a number of things lately (hence why I haven't posted for a month), one of those things being a new game, which I'll be talking about in this post. After completing Facilitated Escape, I spent a few days wondering what game I should create next. This is where I've got with my idea so far: As a warning, YouTube has darkened the video a great deal, the game is actually lighter....

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