It is exactly what the title says it is: A virtual staring contest. Use the mouse to do things.
I've long been saying that I want an online real-time collaborative game-making tool. The other day, it occurred to me that MUDs exist, and many of them allow regular users to add new rooms and create and script new objects. So I've been looking into setting up LambdaMOO on Glorious Trainwrecks' glorious server. (I would call it "Hungry Hungry Hedgehogs MMORPG", of course.)
Is anyone else interested in this idea? LambdaMOO's scripting language is kind of programmery (as you would expect from a system developed at Xerox PARC with "lambda" in the name), and multiplayer textual game-toy-things are a pretty different animal than Klik & Play monstrosities, but I think it could be pretty interesting nonetheless.
(My research is kind of making me wish someone would write a ZZT MUD with the board editor exposed at all times, though.)
Can you remember which pills are deadly
Although i am not sure if you would classify it as breakout.
Make the SPOOKIEST game you can make! But be quick about it -- after two hours of game making, the full moon is due to come out, and who knows what will happen then? (Probably ghouls.)
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Does anyone know if it's possible to compile everything from a klik n play game into one single exe file?
Super-Dot is the boss at the end of the tutorial level. He's really easy to beat, but he teaches you an important lesson, and gives you the opportunity to practice your new skills.
To beat him, you have to stun the monkey on his head before attacking—otherwise, the monkey will reflect the attack, and you'll lose HP. You can regain HP from the capsules scattered on the ground.
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Give yourself goosebumps with Give Yourself Klikbumps, with a grand total of ten and a half endings to find! With absolutely no relation to the book series by R. L. Stine. None at all, ever.
The zip file contains Windows, Mac and Linux versions.