You are a young and ambitious sphere who feels ready to run for the president. Can you get the support of the majority in a country of two strongly opposing factions? Find out in this action puzzle game than only uses dark blue, yellow and magenta colors unless it uses gray. I made this game in two days after spending several days on having good intentions and producing absolutely nothing. Challenge yourself and spend ten minutes on this!
Or five minutes and fifty seconds. If you win the game this fast, you will be better than me.
Ever since my last update I have been working on the game almost every day, encouraged by your comments. I have added a ton of new levels (and also deleted some unnecessary to make room for more among the 255 available), details and so on... I have also been working on the backstory, which I am afraid to say is getting darker and darker. Graphically I have started lately making more interiors,as you can see attached. But it really wore me out, especially that I have to incorporate more and more "action" elements which mean programming, failing, reprogramming without an end... So I will be taking a short break now and probably restart next year. I need a pause with these endless obstacles and also the everso more depressing narrative. But worry not, I love the project like a 3rd baby and will complete it for sure! It is just more exhausting than I initially thought it to be. As always, lots of pixellated love for you dear crazy computer peoples and keep creating!
A tech preview of DIGITAL: A Love Story On Ice! Dial the phone number to your favourite BBS through the medium of interpretive dance! Then, absolutely nothing happens!
It's time to walk down the shops. What could possibly go wrong? I mean, other than the shops being shut.
A chill paces through the air... dust settles on the tracks... A humble moral human is faced with a dilemma: A trolley speeds towards helpless humans who lie on both sides of two tracks. The human is given the ability to switch the tracks, but futilely, some will die. In addition, the human is given quotes of philosophers from throughout the ages at the click of a button. So then, who shall you save? The moral dilemma plaguing our modern minds finally comes to the world of interactive entertainment!
Concept, graphics: Gevaudan
Go after the metal gears, but watch out for liquid!
I am making "Poor Thing" on a Windows XP system and have never tried to run it anywhere else. Apparently no new windows will be able to run a 16-bit program. Will there be no way for anyone to play my upcoming game made with KnP, unless they are running a virtual windows machine?
I am an idiot when it comes to matters like this and honestly have not thought of it earlier. When I make my game I would like everyone to be able to play it, but now it seems it will not be operable on 99% of current computers...
So this will probably result in a collective facepalm from all of you in the know but...is there any way to make my game compatible with 64 bit systems? Even if it would mean porting and transferring parts of the game to another program. Would that be possible at all or is the only possibility making it from scratch in, say, Clickteam Fusion or something like that?
Help me, I know you are smarter than I am...Right now I do not see much point in making something so gigantic if hardly anyone will be able to play it in their os.
Just a little prototype of a game im working on.
2 Powerups for now, "Low-Jump" and "High-Jump" wich can be used by holding 'd' or 'a' if they are collected.
Control with arrow-keys.