Use your mouse to protect Neil.
“Takes me back with you to passionate desert scenes
And it’s there we’ll stay
Till the very day
We find out what Pachalafaka means!”
Pachalafaka (Irving Taylor, 1958)
Pachalafaka is a world, ending in songs. Each song has a different meaning but this world always ends. Entirely drawn by hand, with ink and watercolors, Pachalafaka is a series of game poems, prototypes between comic books and games.
The first episode, “I never thought I would lose”, is based on the song “Stardust”, by Hoagy Carmichael and Mitchell Parish. The game poem was developped for the LA Game Space as part of they launching game mixtape.
Thank you for playing !
WARNING: IT'S PROBABLY IMPOSSIBLE FOR YOU TO RUN THIS
I'm busy tomorrow afternoon so I decided to do clik of the month tonight! And I can't run klik n play so I decided to try to make a game in LUA with Polycode because I have not written a program in LUA before. I started at 9:19 PM. At 10:22 PM I built and checked in the version attached as LuaTest.polyapp above. I then spent the next hour attempting to change the player object from a square to a triangle, then discovering that due to bugs in Polycode (it's pretty new) it is not possible to make a triangle in LUA right now, then filing bug reports against Polycode. I never got any further than the 10:22 version. I had been trying to implement Asteroids.
But I DID FINISH THIS ONE FILE WITHIN THE TWO HOUR LIMIT so here you go.
In order to run the attached polyapp file:
- Go to http://polycode.org, click "Downloads"
- Download "Polycode Player ONLY" for the appropriate operating system.
- Open the Polyapp file using the Polycode Player.
- It will immediately crash.
In other words: YOU CAN'T RUN THIS IT'S BROKEN. I have no idea why but the .polyapp works with the version of PolyCode Player I built myself and have on my laptop here, but doesn't work with the official version of PolyCode Player, even though they ought to be the same. This Lua stuff is hard :(
Since you can't play this unless you are in the same building as me, I suggest looking at the screen shot and pretending that you are pressing the arrow keys and it's making the little black rectangle zoom around and all the little rectangle things are bouncing off it and when you hold up and right you just zoom faster and faster, imparting momentum on all the little rectangles, until they're gliding around and bouncing off each other like broken glass suspended in air.
ps here's the source code, the uploaded version is revision bc2833073e00
Battlemons, the exciting 2 player fighting game for two people. I don't have anyone to play it against so tell me how it works out. Also I only had time to add one character.
help a sad and lonely little cactus person plant some friends
plant as many as you can in SIXTY seconds!
just don't let them get too close. you're kinda spikey, being a cactus and all.
made with game maker studio. you can mute the game with 'M'
thanks for playing <3
I checked with Avira and it was indeed a false positive result! which is such a huge relief ;; sorry if I scared anyone
this silly little game is perfectly safe to download
(sorry I'm late...I had to go somewhere to upload because I have no Internet access at home)
Made in about 3 hours for the Glorious Trainwrecks Klik of the Month Klub. Game inspiration and title from the Video Game Name Generator.
HOW TO PLAY
(be sure to click on the picture above if nothing seems to be working)
Use the ARROW KEYS to move your STAR LIZARD up, down, left and right along the STARPATH.
Collect SPACEFLIES. Avoid SPACE DEBRIS and SPACEPOOP.
Collect 20 SPACEFLIES, and you win!!!
copyleft 2012 let-off studios. Made in Multimedia Fusion 2.
Created with help by Safety-Based Rope.
Music by Safety-Based Rope.
Dying sounds from Starfox (StarFox? Star Fox?) 64.
Collision sounds by Paul Meier and ClickTeam Extreme Sound Studios For Sounds Packaged with Multimedia Fusion 2 and some camera noise.
Yeah I know it's really ugly. Also it contains way more pixels than computer screens normally have so just shrink it down a bit or something. It will probably even tone down the ugliness a bit.
This is, quite literally and without Exeggcutation, the absolute worst thing I have ever created.
YES, EVEN WORSE THAN THAT PUN
(SO PRESS SHIFT TO JUMP I GUESS)
Announcing KNPGen -- a tool for randomly generating Klik & Play screenshots!
It works like this: First, you need to generate the cache of KNP images to use, so drag a directory full of IMG files onto KNPGen.exe. Once the cache exists, you can just run KNPGen.exe on its own to generate new screenshots using that library. If you run KNPGen.exe on its own without a cache, it will scan the current directory, so you can plunk it in with a Klik & Play game to remix it.