A 2 player game. Your books are lost, so you must collect them! Player 1 uses WASD, player 2 uses the arrow keys.
So yeah, it's almost been an entire year of me working on this game (not consistently, but off and on working on this game) and the end feels very far away. My goal of this game was originally to make a game in a week which happened, but it kept getting more and more complicated and more and more a representation of real life in a way which makes it very difficult to work on. I want to have more than GTA/Final Fantasy/Legend of Zelda level of attention to detail in this sort of narrative and exploration driven action adventure game.
The game takes place in my home town and in my neighborhood and surrounding areas and you can explore every house and business. I feel like I should have a lot of modular areas, but I'm not letting myself do that.
Yeah, so what do you think of these screenshots? and how would you go about making this game? and have you ever worked on a game for this long or with the level of detail that this game has?
I feel like most games with this level of scale made by one person never get finished.
It is a hard journey to become the Toast Master.
Toast the bread to the target level.
Catch the toast at its apex.
6 different toasting ranks
Time to play some golf bitches
A game about eyes of the cats. Move the eyes and enjoy.
Were is ghettoshamrock or whatever 1000 nicknames he uses on GT ?
I miss him/her
A game idea I had when I was 12 but didn't get to make a reality until today.
You are a giant robot mech. Your job is to disturb bee hives in order to kill thousands of bees. You do this by flailing your giant head with wild abandon. It's a SEA OF BEES!! TIDAL WAAAAVE!
Hold Space and the Left or Right Arrow Key to cause mass destruction. Note that for technical reasons you will not be able to murder more than close to ten thousand bees. But box2d will probably crash before that happens anyway.
"BZZT!" voice by SpindleyQ. Music by Torley.
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Cyborg Malfunction! Help him cross the bridge without falling off, beware, his cyborg motor routines are going crazy and change randomly!