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    Professor McSteen (and his shrinking machine)

    Posted by
    Saturday, April 21st, 2012 8:02 pm

    So I’ve finally chosen a name, the game is mostly complete now. It will just need some minor adjustments, but I don’t expect many changes.

    The game takes place almost entirely in one level, which you must traverse across to find each shrinking machine, which will shrink you down, making it harder to get back across the level.

    Controls are A & D or Left and Right arrow keys to move, Up or W to jump, and clicking on blocks you are next to will pick them up, then click a free space next to you to place them. R to restart, which you will most likely need at some point.

    I’m very interested if you manage make it to the shrinking machine, and even more interested if you make it to the next one. Please let me know in the comments how far you managed to get :)

    You can play the game here:

    http://www.html5haven.com/professormcsteen/ 

    Still unnamed, but more to do

    Posted by
    Saturday, April 21st, 2012 3:11 am

    So I’ve been working on the game now, a few bugs but hopefully I’ll be able to smash the serious ones.

    The Tiny World theme has now been incorporated, and I’m really liking how it’s coming together. I’ll probably only have one more shrink as the levels grow larger and more tedious with every shrink.

    I’ll work on the graphics and sounds tomorrow, but for now, here’s what it’s looking like:

    http://html5haven.com/tinyworld

    If you played a previous version, you may need to flush your cache. It’s very obvious if you need to, so if it looks fine then you don’t need to :)

    Tiny World – Unnamed as yet

    Posted by
    Saturday, April 21st, 2012 12:21 am

    I’ve started work on a game, I’m not one to pick a name until 10 minutes before submitting it.

    The idea is that you must find your way from the left to the right, at which point you enter a shrink ray, this allows you to fit into the smaller gap with another shrink ray, you must then traverse back to the other side with another shrink ray in a smaller gap.

    Some set obstacles in between become harder to traverse as you head back and forth, and you must pan for the future as you change the structures around you.

    The initial build can be found here: http://www.html5haven.com/tinyworld/

    As things progress, I will be uploading new versions to the same URL.


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