My attempt at an abstract flickgame.
You jumped into the sun and reached a new plane of existence!
Now the sky belongs to you... so decorate it as you please!
A little art tool/toy thingy.
You enter the mainframe of a long-abandoned hypercomputer AI, poetry ensues.
Background song is gun(he) by dstnt.
Game is released under Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial.
btw i kind of cheated by making the world object before the marathon [*k*]
A tool for making a four-page zine. You don't get to write or draw though. Hypothetically you could take the images from the screenshot-folder and add that content if you are especially motivated. Enjoy!
Made for Ragzouken who asked for:
//WARNING: Don't resize the window after you pick your resolution. The game locks up when the scene changes and your zine does't get saved in the screenshots folder. I'm not sure how to solve it yet.
I actually made this game with my friend quite a while ago, but it was hidden away on a distant website. So! I uploaded it to GameJolt so that it gets more exposure. I'm still pretty happy with it.
An art game, in that it's a game about making art!
You are presented with a rude image! It's your task to use the drawing tools to turn the rude image into something nice and family friendly!
You can then submit the finished image to the gallery where others can vote on it's niceness or rudeness! Or, go straight to the gallery and rate other works!
FLIPPIN' ART, a little quiz game inspired by a true story (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Le_Bateau)
How would you fare if you had to hang abstract art the correct way in a museum?!
BADLY, I BET.
Skunk unrelated but as a screenshot, you play the role of a pacemaking rooster who must bring love and romance back by, by playing ping pong. Not in the traditional manner of course, and no klipart has been used in this release. Anyway, expect some annoying gameplay, and if you don't want to get bpm to 120 you can always press = to go to the next frame and backspace for previous frame.
More info on the plot in the Help/About section in the executable, http://archive.org/details/ER51pseudocold3 the sir who did a wonderful job on the soundtrack, I'd like your e-mail so I can thank you in person. Pseudocold by Adhesion. Game completed in a day.
I feel this game truly evokes the beauty of spambot text perfectly.
Controlled with the mouse.