I'm Ben and I'm a freelance designer. I've mostly worked for Dan Marshall's Size Five Games, specifically on Ben There, Dan That! and Time Gentlemen, Please!
As Dan and I have mentioned in a few interviews, we started designing games as teenagers on KnP and GF. People have shown interest in seeing these old, terrible games of ours, so I dug out the floppies. One of them was a one-disk game and easy to sort out (free download here: http://www.sizefivegames.com/forum/index.php?topic=4182.0).
I'm trying to record some videos of a couple of Games Factory games. They work fine in Windows 7, but Fraps just won't record them. Before I start trying out CamStudio and other (free) alternatives, is this a known issue that has a workaround? I've tried a couple of different frame rates in Fraps' settings to no avail.
As you may have heard, the GDC Pirate Kart Kickstarter is fully funded! That means I've got even more stuff to do! So I'm asking for a little help! But also involving the community is fun anyway!
Whew that was a lot of stuff! Like a month ago some people were asking how they could help and I didn't give useful answers, so hopefully it's not too presumptuous of me to ask now! I appreciate any help I get!
Also I feel a need to say this somewhere: I'm seeing some folks talk about "Mike's" pirate karts, I've been doing a few interviews, and I was invited to be a speaker at GDC because of them (just one of the 5-minute microtalks, but still). That doesn't completely sit right with me. The pirate karts being about particular people is pretty much the last thing I want. Someone else gets to organize the next Pirate Kart or other community stunt, ok?
FUN FACT: Apparently Clickteam has a booth at GDC this year! I am so going over there and giving them a high-five!
new infomation awaits in new infomation journey of finding the infomation
couldn't finish at klik time for multiple reasons.
i think my brain doesn't want me to seriously use imagination for these small time joke games anymore, so expect a lot of klik sequels in future kotms because it seems that my brain still left that route open.
I invented Doom, maybe you've heard of it?
i made a game called phase you can play it here
i made a version you can mod Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial license
it has a couple more tiles and different rules for portals that i feel make the game more interesting
game maps are in map.png
colors are as follows
blue - obstacle
purple - can walk over, can't portal
green - flag
red - kills
dark cyan - portals won't transfer this, can walk over
cyan-blue - portals won't transfer this, obstacle
This is a less ambitious remake of OmniLudiCon. Guide Suzy the Ninja to all of the fruit and gold in levels of your creation! Make an entire platform game in just one second with this innovative editor which contains only one game element, thus saving you the necessity of working out a level design for yourself.
Six sample levels included!
Left, right - Stride.
Z - Jump.
Up - Climb walls.
Z + left/right - Wall-jump.
Tiny Cave was originally started for a short Twine jam, in both senses of that phrase. You couldn't use more than 1,000 words, which is why everything's so laconic. Anyway, I didn't even get started on this before the jam-thing ended, so this is mostly for my own benefit than anything else. I hope folks enjoy this!
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Join forces with a fellow squid to secure a lucrative government defense contract!
Ignore your moral compass but still be a polite businesssquid!
Over three playable characters and a full gamut of puns!
for each path presented to you, you must accept the consequences of the ones you choose to take.
remember that closing the game is also a path.
playable online. be wise.