Posts Tagged ‘osx’
Well no not ALL the things, but some of the things. Some of the things is better than no things at all.
It’s currently available on the android market and pending in a bunch of other places so I’m sitting on versions for windows, linux and osx. In all honesty I focused more on getting it ready for the igf (student edition) and less about scouting marketplaces.
“Is this the part where you tell us to buy it?” the crowd asks. Well yes actually: “Go buy it!” Or at least +1 it on the android market or tell your friends and family and that cousin George you haven’t spoken with since 3rd grade about it. Yes the one with the bigger thumb on his left hand.
Some of the features will roll out to the free (ad supported) version relatively soon (the updated graphics and music), while others will be kept a version behind(mostly new levels and such).
And here’s a trailer for you(can someone please tell me how to embed videos? the code just gets eaten up)
Thanks for reading
Hey folks- finished my game:
- Windows build
- Mac build
- Source (linux build instructions in readme, requires Gosu available from RubyGems)
You’ve received 4 scrambled images of possible cryptids:
Use your Crypto-Computer ™ to unscramble them!
You have 1 minute to complete your task before the
evidence is lost forever. You will receive a
30 second bonus for each cryptid you discover.
Each cryptid image is made up of 4 individual pieces.
Unscramble each cryptid by clicking on the numbered boxes
to rotate a distinct piece of the puzzle image.
* Left mouse button for clockwise rotation.
* Right mouse button for counter-clockwise rotation.
Quick question for any Mac users.
Is there any software that can take a desktop screenshot at regular intervals (once per minute?) and save it to a folder? I would like to do a timelapse, but recording a video file over two days seems a bit too risky.
Ludum Dare #3 (2003), theme Preparation. My game, PuffBOMB. Propel a hamster character to an end zone using bombs. Incredible Machine with explosives, burning, and screaming. . The original compo version, unfortunately, featured only 2 levels.
PuffBOMB scored a Silver for sound, and came in 5th place for fun.
Download: Original compo version
After the compo, I continued to work on the game over a couple weekends, adding 10 actual levels to the game. Also, adding custom level support, due to Stephen Stair offering to build a level editor. The game was later featured on several on several game magazine coverdisks.
Download: Post compo version (0.8)
Eventually, in 2005, I went ahead and fancied up the original game for submission to the IGF and Slamdance competitions. Changed the graphics dramatically, toyed with some graphical effects like a cartoony fire effect, white outlining effect, and so on. Added a proper menu, and ported the game to the Mac.
PuffBOMB was a finalist for the “Popcap Casual Game Award” at Slamdance 2006.
Today, development continues on the so called “super remake” of the game.