I'm mostly uploading this to try and suss out the horrible crashy site bug that happens when you upload a game, but here! Have a game from my distant past!
Made in 1998 at the age of 16, Whirlybird is a remake of a Commodore 64 game by the same name. (It's not a popular or particularly good C64 game, by any stretch; it was on a shovelware disk that a friend of mine had.) Shoot down helicopters before they fly off the screen! Hit the mouse button to detonate a nuclear bomb which destroys everything on screen! And that's about it!
Run it in DOSBox, I couldn't be bothered to port it to Windows.
Alright fingers crossed that I get the error message
A Klik & Play game based on the title of a GDC talk, as requested via Kickstarter.
In this game, you are literally using your gut to measure ROI, your Remotely Operated Infant.
Compiled in TGF, so it's playable on 64-bit Windows!
Do YOU have what it takes to yell at a child?
Holy SMOKES! Look at these features!
-> Real Graphics!
-> Pressing Moral Dilemmas, such as "when should I leave the intro screen", and "should i yell at a child?"
-> YOU choose the story! Will you yell at the child right away, or walk back and forth a few times, first?
-> Mind bending Puzzles! Can you figure out how to WALK ACROSS THE ROOM??
-> Nonstop Action! YELL at a child!! Hit restart! Do it again!
-> Authentic KHROMT poster! Look at it forever!
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!
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)
Goin' for the worst game in this cart.
TRIVIA: I wrote the midi music for this game when I was like twelve or something
I honestly only spent 15 minutes on this, but it was so worth it.