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MAX 100

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MAX 100 is the sequel to BOOK WO, DO IT ALL NIGHT, BYE BYE BABY BOMB, and CLOUD NINE

THINGS HAVE GOTTEN EXTREME TO THE MAX

THE MAX 100

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Build Your Own Bob Dylan

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Ever wanted your own rambling gambling doomed poet? WELL NOW YOU CAN!
Build Your Own Bob Dylan features infinite hours of exciting gameplay!
Place hair, cigarettes, weed, and more!
Enjoy high-tech renditions of your favorite Bob Dylan classic, "Like a Rolling Stone!"
Play Now!

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Marek Kapolka
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Klik 'n' Play

Due to technical reasons, the title of this article differs from the proper title. The title of this article should be: Klik & Play

Klik & Play was the first in the line of 'Klik' products produced by Clickteam. Released in 1994, Klik & Play was a revolutionary way for users to make games quickly and easily. Users could define any number of 'frames', or levels, within which the games took place, then drop in premade or custom graphics, and assign behaviors to them with an Excel-style coding interface. Unlike some game creation programs which only allowed a very limited amount of creativity, and were usually restricted to a single genre, Klik & Play provided an open canvas upon which users could create a wide variety of games within the comfort of Windows, and then distribute their games as standalones, so even users without Klik & Play could enjoy them.

Klik & Play has not aged well. However, it is quite popular among trainwreckers for this very reason. It is incredibly buggy (in a "so-bad-it's-good" way), outdated, and also imposes a number of challenging restrictions on users. These novelties alone make Klik & Play attractive to many, although repulsive to others. There is also a bundled library of premade, low-quality graphics and sounds, many of which have become injokes among trainwreckers.

Features

  • Games are divided into 'frames': add any number of different levels and screens into your games.
  • An assortment of (hilariously bad) premade graphics, with the ability to import graphics (somewhat buggy)
  • A number of pre-built movement systems that can be assigned to objects (most being quite buggy): Mouse, Eight Directions, Race Car, Platform, Bouncing Ball, Path, Static (no movement, usually for users to create their own movement systems)
  • Automatic animation system changes animation sequences in response to the pre-built movements
  • A Step-Thru Editor for absolute beginners, which runs the game, pausing it when certain events occur in the game and asking the user what actions to take
  • An Excel-like Event Editor for more experienced users, providing the full set of events and actions for scripting more complex behaviors in games
  • Built-in lives and score displays with customizable graphics, plus number counters which may be hidden, or displayed as a number or bar
  • 256-color graphics (16-million colors on old machines supporting the special graphics driver)
  • Playback of WAV and MID audio

Limitations

  • Klik & Play is old, and for that reason supports few file formats. Digital music must be uncompressed into WAV files, and the Picture Editor is picky about importing.
  • There is a limit of approximately 250 Active Objects being present at any point while the game is running. When this limit is reached, no new objects can be created, and collisions will stop working.
  • There is no native support for scrolling. It is possible to give your frames a different size than the game window: a frame smaller than the window will be centered with borders surrounding it, and a frame larger than the window will show only the top-left-most portion. Klik & Play does not provide any facilities for changing which portion of the frame is displayed inside the game window. It is possible that the developers may have intended to add this feature at some point, but dropped it, either due to time constraints or poor performance on the target machines. Later entries in the 'Klik' series allowed this kind of scrolling. As a workaround, you can 'fake' scrolling in Klik & Play by using Active Objects in place of Backdrops.
  • Every instance of an Active Object has 'Alterable Variables', which are numeric values that can be used to store information in individual objects. However, Klik & Play only provides three such Alterable Values per each instance, labeled Alterable Values A, B, and C. If you need more values, you will need to use Counter objects or extra Active Objects.
  • There is a limit on how many events you can include within a frame. As a rule of thumb, you shouldn't go over 450 events, or risk corrupting your game (reference).

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Iceland vs. Volcano

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Created because of the annoyance the Icelandic volcano caused me earlier this year. Fortunately the volcano stopped before I had to fly out of the country this Summer.

I went way, way, way over time on this. My three excuses are 1. this is my first KotMK 2. I was mainly held up by my lack of knowledge of Game Maker and 3. because I didn't have much time to spend on it this week...

Anyway, it's a 2 player game. Pick your side, Iceland or Volcano and mash the appropriate button shown underneath the pictures to charge up attacks. Use Q and O to fire attacks for Iceland and Volcano respectively. Volcano does more damage and can use Smog to hide Iceland's input buttons but Iceland can heal itself.

Enjoy!

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It's Only Gay If The Balls Touch

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Desert World

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first game ever made.. silly idea. peters out near the end.

special thanks go to alex whitington and alex scobell

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Twine macro: << hoverlink >>

This simple macro produces a usable internal link whose text changes whenever you mouseover it.

version.extensions.hoverlinkMacro={major:1,minor:1,revision:0};macros.hoverlink={handler:function(a,b,c){var d,l=Wikifier.createInternalLink(a,c[0]);
l.className+=" hoverLink";insertElement(l,"span",null,null,c[1]||c[0]);if(c[2]){d=insertElement(l,"span",null,null,c[2]);
d.style.display="none";}l.onmouseover=function(){if(this.childNodes.length>1){this.childNodes[0].style.display="none";
this.childNodes[1].style.display="inline";}};l.onmouseout=function(){if(this.childNodes.length>1){this.childNodes[1].style.display="none";
this.childNodes[0].style.display="inline";}};}};


This uses the << choice >> macro's parameter order - the destination passage name comes first. Then comes the visible label, then the hidden label.

Usage example: <<hoverlink "CryPassage" "Stand and fight, guns blazing" "Sit down and have a cry">>

For obvious reasons, this won't work on iPads!

Implementation details:

* The link has a class of "hoverLink" in addition to the standard internalLink/brokenLink classes.
* Each text label is a <span> inside the <a>, and the mouseover and mouseout events make one or the other visible.

Version history:

  1. 29-1-13 - Shortened name to "hoverlink"
  2. 12-5-13 - Initial.

Feel free to report any bugs to @webbedspace.

At Land (unfinished)

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At Land (unfinished).

This is what I had done by the time the KOTM ended. I finished it over the next 24 hours and the full version is here:

http://www.glorioustrainwrecks.com/node/1175

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Apventure of the Valkyries

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A faithful re-implementation of the classic Apple ][ game for the web!

I had this game years ago as a kid, on a disk with a bunch of other random pirated games. I could never quite figure out what I was supposed to do. Now, with the modern internet and FAQs and all that, I know it's actually possible to defeat the Valkyrie! Kind of ruined the magic, though.

As usual with Construct 2, I have problems running this with Firefox. If you do too, try Chrome. Sorry :(

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