while i was making this my mood kept constantly jumping between everything being fucking hilarious or depressing
i hope this one's good
Wanted to see if I could make a game in two hours using Klua.
This is a remake of the TI-83 calculator game "Aspirin" except with a flashing color background, a widescreen aspect ratio and more fairness (you'll never witness a laser spawning inside you).
Press F to enter/exit Fullscreen Mode so you can see just how awful your graphics drivers are at not creating a tear at the top of the screen when doing V-Sync. Or is it a LOVE/Klua issue? I don't know...
For Windows and Linux.
Game the first, jacked from atomatomic, made awesome by me.
A TranCendental visual experienCe. A Crazy, Clever, trippy and enlightening vision of a bright mind.
(I decided to cheat just because I was bored.)
EDUTAINMENT SOFTWARE INC BRINGS YOU A NEW GAME STARRING KIRBY!
TEACH KIDS HOW TO SPELL A WORD (spoilers) CORRECTLY!
HOURS OF ENTERTAIN FROM EDUTAINMENT SOFTWARE INC!
Multiplayer game based on that fable about the wind and the sun and a guy with a coat.
I haven't forgotten you, Glorious Trainwrecks! It's just hard to work on anything with this computer in such an unstable state (oh, and also completely reformatted.)
By way of apology, how about a little teaser of things to come?
(Man, poor Firefox just has no idea how quickly it should animate gifs, does it?)
Dodge the big monsters and eat the small monsters for MAXIMUM SLIMAGE.
Happy Birthday Glorious Trainwrecks! In this 'metagame' you can explore and experience a selection of 6 years of history of wrecks. (Some may call it game menu or game loader: well... it's more than that.) 2300+ games included!
How to start: unzip .exe file to your desktop, or any other convenient location. (Don't run from within the .zip file!)
What to do: Use keyboard or mouse to peek around. Select a game icon to download it, then again to play it. (Hold mouse button or ENTER slightly longer than usual to do this. There must be some challenge involved!) Enjoy your garden!
Challenges: If a chosen game doesn't start at all, it's probably a Klik 'n Play game (and you don't have the KNP DLLs installed?) or a 16-bit-Windows-7-unfriendly game. Your challenge is to make it work; I didn't figure it out yet... Some games have mysterious hidden icons... Some games have mysterious cryptic description text...
System requirements: Windows XP or 7 (or 8?), average decent graphics card, DirectX (at least version 9?), XNA 4.0 redistributables, .NET 4 redistributables