This isn't actually a game made for a GT event, but I wanted to post it here anyway. It's suitably small, easy to pick up, and worth a play or two.
You need to collect six cog-like pieces of a watch before you're out of time or the Red Spirits have destroyed you. Collect the six pieces and then move to the exit (it looks like a green globe).
You can adjust a handful of variables (and thus the difficulty of completing it) on the Options screen. Use the ARROW KEYS and either SPACEBAR or ENTER KEY to do stuff.
Have fun with it! And thanks for your indulgence with this non-GT submission. :)
The time is right... for making videogames! The Timezone Lottery Klik Jam happens on the first Saturday of every month, at a time chosen randomly by our top-of-the-line numerical hour-choosing machines. This month, it takes place at 4:00 am UTC. Whenever that time rolls around for you, you have two hours to make a game!
How can I possibly make a game in that short a timespan, you gasp? There are many game-making tools available, but the most ludicrous and welcoming of all is Klik & Play. If you want to give K&P a shot, we have a Learning KNP FAQ available, as well as some advice on making it work on modern machines.
Making games is its own reward, but it can be much, much more rewarding when you're doing it with friends. To get the most out of this worldwide internet game jam, come talk with everyone on IRC. It's a great way to share this awesome experience, and get quick help when things aren't going right. Our server is irc.freenode.net, and our channel is #glorioustrainwrecks.
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HU-MANS! AS CONDITION OF YOUR SPECIES' SURRENDER YOU HAVE BEEN IMPRISONED ON YOUR HOME PLANET. SPACE IS FORBIDDEN.
this game runs in a small window. slide it into the corner of your screen (DON'T minimize it!) and use your computer normally. BUT! press the spacebar even once, and your species is doomed!
A remake of the first game I ever completed with Inform 7. Can you have a Delicious Breakfast?
Use the arrows or A and D to move and collect coins!
Is the regular Klik of the Month Klub at an absurdly inconvenient time? Then try the Ladies' Auxiliary Klik of the Month Ball! (Ladies' Auxiliary Klik of the Month Ball is open to all genders and time zones.) The Ball takes place at 4PM GMT -- check that link to see what time that falls on for you.
The rules are the same: You get two hours to make a game in Klik & Play. If Klik & Play is a hindrance rather than a boon to your creativity, feel free to dump it for the game creation tool of your choice. If you're new to Klik & Play, check out our Learning KNP FAQ.
It's no fun making games by yourself in a vacuum, so make sure to stop by IRC. Our server is irc.freenode.net, and our channel is #glorioustrainwrecks.
After you've made your game, you should upload it here!
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To be honest, I'm not really sure if an idea like this has been done before, but anyways...
This is a trainwreck I did a couple months ago, but for some reason neglected to post on here. In each level, you must figure out how to reach the exit, but there's a catch - to do so, you must abuse some glitch or oddity in Klik & Play's built-in platform movement. Each screen requires you to make use of another bug, and there are ten screens in total. Think you can do it?
If anyone else knows about some glitch that I failed to cover in this game, let me know. I think it would be great to add an extra screen or two to the game!
Furthermore, if you're stuck on a specific screen, I might be able to poke you in the right direction.
Drive your tank and kill the stuff!
So, Clickteam finally made a release build of MMF2 that can export to Flash: http://www.clickteam.com/epicenter/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=178830#Post178830
My hopes were raised for a quick and dirty way to make KNP games multiplatform, but there are two big caveats:
1.) It costs $70 American on top of the price of MMF2.
2.) No MIDI support!
Episode 2 secret level replacement but if we don't get enough submissions I get dibs on the episode 1 secret slot (just don't change the name of my map plz). That means that whoever gets the map 1 slot is going to have to have the secret elevator edited in post jam.
I exported the map to just about every format that WDC allows just to be certain that it's compatible with as many editors as possible and I don't think that Wolfenstein cares about game versions so you could probably play it in any version that isn't a shareware release.
Can you comprehend the subliminal layout.