In this game, you must place communication towers such that the all-important Signal can propagate from one node to the other. The Signal is life. The Signal is light and vision. Opposing the Signal is Noise, also known as Satan by lesser minds. Noise is death. Noise is pain. Noise is lies.
When a signal reaches a tower, it will then go out toward the nearest tower. This means that unless you place them carefully, a signal will bounce uselessly between two towers. Don't let that happen!
Use the mouse to click and drag towers.
Controls: ARROW KEYS + SPACE.
Tim travels through time and 32 classic video games in the craziest adventure YOU'VE played all day!
We made this in one weekend for a Mini Ludum Dare. The theme was "quality vs. quantity" - a.k.a. make as many games as possible.
Throw money at creepy looking people and then arrest them for accepting the money. A game in which kinds of things interact with each other.
Born of the internet's cruel hand. The latest Sanic game consisting of 3 minigames.
Made for the lulz in roughly 12 hours on Sunday because I was feeling a little bit bored and juvenile. It might only be 3 but it was good effort for me.
Requires Flash 8.
Tenniscraft Secret Saturday Update #1: Now with AI and scoring!
A fighting game for two players (sharing a keyboard).
Made within 2 hours on Scratch.
Dorothy controls: WASD keys and e to punch
Jones controls: arrow keys and spacebar to punch
good times to be had
You'll need Scratch to play or play on the linked site
i really want to make a better/longer game out of this sometime
Hint: The only possible answer is 7.
So I'm lacking all the cool knp graphics like evil face, those space stations and so on. I guess they only come with the CD version of knp and not the school version I've got. Could someone please provide those libs? Thanks a lot.
If you extracted .jar to desktop run it by entering java -Xmx1024m -jar C:\Users\youraccountname\Desktop\TheBeginning.jar in cmd.
The game is bad but I was bored. I suck at java. I suck even more at every other language. I'm not really a programmer. I also probably suck at your definition of humor. Still, this site looks interesting, I might stick around. Cheers!