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    p.i.g updated!

    Posted by
    Thursday, May 5th, 2011 9:53 pm

    Check it out here!

    Thanks to all the positive feedback from everyone who played p.i.g!
    I’ve used a lot of suggestions to improve the game.

    The enhanced version includes:

    -original music from the composer for ‘endeavor’
    -3 new unlockable levels with a new mechanic
    -level select screen to replay levels
    -enhance portal funneling feature to make portalling easier

    Go play it, and have fun!


    Posted by
    Sunday, May 1st, 2011 8:18 pm


    Play p.i.g here!

    Upside down!

    I’ve been thinking in portals the last few weeks, so I made a puzzle platformer with portals.
    The portals are like tunnels: you shoot one end, and another appears at the other side.

    Once again, my project grew as I worked on it. I told myself I’d make a very short demo of the portal mechanic, since I graduate in a week and have final projects to attend to. But I was having too much fun with it, and I had to implement all of my ideas!

    I decided to up the resolution from my usual 320×240 (and then zoomed x2) to 640×480. I adjusted my art style to something a bit cleaner, and I’m happy with the result.

    I’ve always struggled with level design, particularly puzzle design, so I took this as a challenge to improve my skills. Hopefully the results are enjoyable!

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