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I've got a Flash version of it up over here.
In the vein of Pick up the Phonebooth and Die! comes this exciting tale of standing in a parlour and staring awkwardly at teen heart-throb Fitzwilliam Darcy! Contains steamy situations, reader discretion advised.
The mechanics of this game appeared fully-formed in my head while half asleep one morning last week. I've been spending every spare moment working on it since.
Seriously this is the best game I've ever worked on. (EDIT: upon a few minutes reflection, I've realised that no, Putt-Putt is way better. But this is still really good.) So much potential. You should play it and tell me what you think of it so far.
It is a game about dudes on a grid that need to get to a goal, except you can create more or less dudes by passing them through blocks larger than one square.
I have four sets of levels that I'm calling "worlds". The first world is a set of 4 "this is how the game works" levels. The second world is a set of 3 "mazey" levels, which are good. The third world is a set of 3 levels involving enclosed squares, which act as crazy traps from which your dudes can never escape. These levels are also pretty good. The fourth world is a set of 3 mediocre levels about building weird shapes. I don't think these are very interesting, but I am very interested to hear what your experiences with them are like.
I made this game to celebrate my 1,000th post on some message board I frequent too much. It's basically just a dumb in-joke, but maybe you guys will like it as well?
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A lot went into this run of the sad d00d and I'd say a good 8 years of work is what is at exhibit here.. You have interactive fiction at.. Well, I don't know about its finest, but it's applicable. You're this d00d, and like he's sad... what do you do? There are at least 5 threads for each choice, and you have the opportunity to add to it...
Sad d00d could end up anywhere, there's so much missing here, so much that should be parsed, and yet it is all in tact and should stay on the side.
Being that the story has been mainly a collaboration of exchanges between me and the older ug, it is my honour to present it on ice, The Sad D00d. Paste discussion below as well, add if you're intrigued, and the visual aid is on the first few pages. Any more and I'd be giving spoilers. -BC_
Dance your way to the ending! Press 'X' to jump! Collect computers to get points! Avoid pitchforks! If your score drops below zero, you'll have to start over. The game is different EVERY TIME YOU PLAY IT.