Hey, . It's easy to post screenshots & show off the visual part of . Tell me about your . What story are you trying to tell and how are you integrating it into your game? Why is the best way to convey the story you want?

Happy ! It's been a while since I've had something to show y'all, but I've been working tirelessly on this little interactive adventure. I've learned a bunch about working with lighting and NPCs already, but I'm super excited for some of the stuff I have planned for this project.

Thought I'd give this a boost: This is collecting data for a thesis paper they're doing by gauging the player experience after playing a game they've designed.

It's not very long, and you don't have to pay if you don't want to, so if you want to participate in the study you can download it at the link below and it will take you to a quick questionnaire.

Only available on Windows, sorry.

scary-cube.itch.io/the-buildin

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Well I didn't get as much done as I wanted to today, but I did finish the Pitfall clone for Minigame Madness, or as it's now known "Get Across!"

Features four fun hazards and the return of our old friend, Indiana Jumpman!

Get it now for the web, Linux, Windows, or macOS!

github.com/swashdev/minigame-m

Happy !

Against my better judgement, I decided to start another project. This one required a different mapgen algorithm than normal, with rooms that are directly adjacent. I implemented this by recursively splitting rooms that are too large.

I haven't implemented doors yet because I'm still working on determining which rooms are adjacent. I'm still mulling over this one, which is why I haven't released the source yet.

Got a screenshot for you guys. This was to be a Pitfall-inspired minigame for Minigame Madness. I made the sprites using and just for fun I used the color palette.

Unfortunately I might have to veto it. Even though the platforming code is the same as in a previous minigame it doesn't work. I think it's because the assets are tiny. The window is 80x60 pixels

I pushed it to a branch on GitHub in case anyone wants a look:
github.com/swashdev/minigame-m

Happy * everybody!

* or depending on your time zone

It's been a while since I've had a screenie for you, but here's one from my new minigame for Minigame Madness, "Put on Pants!" In this game, you have to put on some f***ing pants!

You can play this and other minigames via the latest version of Minigame Madness, available here:
github.com/swashdev/minigame-m

This isn't the stupidest thing I've ever done for but it is the most silly.

Screenshot of a dude wearing only a fig leaf. 

This is arguably not the *most* ridiculous thing I've ever drawn for a project, but it's definitely the thing that's made me feel the most silly... so far.

This minigame will be appearing in a future release of Minigame Madness soon. Maybe even before tomorrow, depending on how fast I commit and push my changes.

Holy crap, a engine implementation for the . Very cool.

freds72.itch.io/poom

There's even a devlog explaining their process for implementing it.

freds72.itch.io/poom/devlog/24

Clever bastards.

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