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    Hello, World!

    Posted by
    April 18th, 2012 5:24 am

    Hello, all!

    I’m joining to participate in LD23.  I’ve never really made a complete game before, so it is exciting to force myself to complete one.  I’ll probably use Java (NetBeans) or HTML5 (Crimson Editor).  Graphics in whatever… Paint, Photoshop, sketchup, scanned-in watercolors.  Sounds probably recorded from the real world.

     

    Interactive Cellular Automota

    Entropy Maze - LD23 Warmup

    Here’s a little autointroduction.  I taught myself how to program on a TI82 calculator in high school, and have been programming ever since.  I enjoy building robots and programming applications/tools.  I did make a user adventure for Mr. Robot, and I’ve submitted a warmup game for LD23 also.

     

    My muses: KMFDM, Tool, Minecraft, Starcraft, Edison, Niven, Chicago’s world’s fairs, and many more.

    One Response to “Hello, World!”

    1. KevinWorkman says:

      If you’re planning on using Java and you don’t have a host already, you might check out a project I’ve been working on, http://StaticVoidGames.com. It’s a site designed for indie game programmers using Java or Processing, with competitions like this in mind- just upload a jar and a thumbnail, and you have a decent looking website showcasing your game as an applet, webstart, and a downloadable jar- without wasting any time on web development. I’m working on adding tutorials and ad revenue sharing, but for now it’s at least an easy way to show of your game. Check it out if you feel like it.

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