Here is a game designed by two of my nephews last night at a family gathering. (Programming was mostly done by me, though the older one added the explosion effect himself.) I'm sure they'll have more they'll want to add next time I see them.
Match 3 or more candies in a row to clear them from the board.
Click and drag the mouse to swap candies.
Each level has a goal.
Watch the time limit!
(Thanks to Sergio Cornaga, mno, Brian Smith, Jack de Quidt, XenosNS for testing.)
I'M NOT REALLY SURE WHAT I JUST MADE This was supposed to be an actual game but instead it just turned into this thing with rainbow orbs and a crazy kaleidoscope effect on the screen, and you can drag the orbs around or you can adjust the kaleidoscope effect with the sliders? IT'S REALLY COOL AND I'M NOT COMPLETELY CERTAIN HOW IT WORKS
Music by Liz Ryerson
HAPPY PACKAGE OF FUN GAME!
CONNECT TO PC! NO CASSETE REQUIRE!
Press Z to "Select" a game
Shoot white and black enemies!
Announcing KNPGen -- a tool for randomly generating Klik & Play screenshots!
It works like this: First, you need to generate the cache of KNP images to use, so drag a directory full of IMG files onto KNPGen.exe. Once the cache exists, you can just run KNPGen.exe on its own to generate new screenshots using that library. If you run KNPGen.exe on its own without a cache, it will scan the current directory, so you can plunk it in with a Klik & Play game to remix it.
Wherein I accidentally make a game styled after something ExciteMike would make. Maybe.
Use the mouse to move your Juggler.
Collide with the falling Jugglers to juggle them.
Falling Jugglers can juggle other Jugglers, too!
How many can you keep in the air at once?
Music by Torley.
Breakout as a metaphor for therapy.
Play through over *5* different therapy sessions with unique clients and their medically fascinating problems. Uncover their traumas from breaking down the "wall" of repression, but make sure to listen to what they have to say, unless you dig a little too deep...
Based on a parodic therapy site I made in high school which was hacked and taken over by a minor religious fundamentalist and the times I feel fed up with therapy. The satirical aim is diffuse and muddled.
This was put together in time for the Naked Twine Jam started by Merrit Kopas! The text I used is a modern translation, by one Brian Stone, of a poem dating from about 1400. There's plenty more information available under 'about the authors' for those curious! Fun bonus for GT: my official node map!