This game is heavily based on an old freeware Mac game called Gravity Ball, by Aaron Davidson. Most of the visual and sound design is cribbed from that game, although the individual assets were collected by me.
The ball is repelled by the mouse. Keep it within the marked circle to beat the level!
Join the event to get this game! The .mio file is also available for download.
Again, here's a Vine playthrough.
The final task! Can you defeat the mighty Alakazam?
Z to cast Fireball
X to cast Soul Asplode
C to Teleport
I used the Glorious Weekend of ZZT Blitzkrieg-a-thon! as a chance to experiment, and this is what I ended up with. It's an art-thing rather than a game. It's incomplete and a little offbeat. It may not be your cup of tea, but I do hope you find it interesting.
really tired, couldnt think of anything so i just made a really bad shooter
shoot the things that come at you but also avoid them
have fun with that limited movement by the way :>
Move and jump with the arrow keys.
CTRL to bark (costs Stamina).
Bark behind people to surprise them.
Scavange for food to stay alive.
In Soviet Russia there is no 10 second rule. Grab food before it hits the ground for more stamina.
Protip: Use your bark to deflect falling vodka bottles!
Game by Miguel Sternberg
Music by Ricky Lima - based on Katyusha by Matvei Blanter
Special thanks to the Chairman!
The thrilling conclusion to the EasyQuest trilogy. Restore the world to its former glory! Only a tiny mage has the power!
The people here make a lot of games. Some of these games are surprisingly good. Some of them are noteworthy experiments that didn't quite work out. Some of them are terrible.
And then there are those games whose releases were singular, seismic events. Ordinary men would never expect such results from a bunch of random people on the internet noodling around with Klik & Play, and yet, it is undeniable that these games provided a glimpse of genius.
Here are some of those games.
FOR MILLIONS OF YEARS PEOPLE HAVE wondered: why cant weegee be in chip's challengE?
today, the world has changed