I made some games with an old, old computer program called Klik and Play. They probably aren't what you're expecting. Don't be disapointed when you find out they aren't 3-d shoot-em-up frag fest, or an open-ended online adventure. However, you don't have to run out and buy some expensive 3-d accelerater card and junk. Whatever.
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Downloadable Klik and Play games
You are free to download, use delete, give to friends, post on your page, etc. because this is all freeware. But I simply ask that you don't take credit for these games; they took some time to make.
(Note to people with "Click" related pages: If you know of a good KNP website, please e-mail and tell me.
Don't think I'm just another person who makes awful KNP games after playing some of the games on here. My best work is still to come. I got my copy of KNP in '95 or '96, and I've been learning as I go. My games probably beat a lot of the other amatuer KNP games out there, judging from some of the games I've played.
In case you are still here, here are some descriptions and additional comments.
Please go to www.clickteam.com to get Klik & Play, The Games Factory, Multimedia Fusion, or Jamagic so you can start making games like me. Oh, and look for me at the V-cade! (for online games made with click products, www.vitalizeme.com). My username is Mr. Crispy (like you couldn't tell from all the banners on my site)
- Gearbox the Alien: Kinda like Pac Man, except it has 34 levels, passwords, and infinite continues. It's not quite as easy as you might think. Oh, I drew all the graphics myself (instead of using ones from the CD). It's one of my favorites. So I made a homepage for it. Please visit it. It has information about Gearbox the Alien and its sequel. I have pictures of the characters, and I will eventually put up screenshots.
Gearbox the Alien Homepage
- Salty Super Slugs: A short, simple game I made a few years ago. It's kinda like one of those LCD games, except it involves a lot of mouse clicking. I suck at this game, though. My high score is only a couple of thousand. Good to kill a couple minutes. I have two versions of the game, the original and an updated version I worked on for the V-cade!. The newer edition is more playable, in my opinion.Slugs.zip, or vslugs.zip
Comments: Okay... It's like one of those Game & Watch games and will only hold your attention so long. But it started with me a trend to making more original graphics. I also made an improved version for the V-cade!, but it was apparently rejected. So I'm going to post it anyway.
- Blimp Raid-Weird War I: A point and click shoot-em-up that's pretty easy and fun. Your blimp bombs lobsters and alien spacecraft. My high score is 87000 something, I think.Blimp.zip
Comments: A fun, but easy arcade game that requires a bit dexterity. Gets boring (and alebit straining on your wrists) if you play it for more than a couple hours straight. Blimp Raid 2 is be much better.
Project status: I was making a version of this for the V-cade!, but only time will tell if I'll finish it.
- Face Invaders: Stop the dreaded Dark Invader and his army of killer smiley faces from invading Earth. Think "Space Invaders" with smiley faces. Good for killing a few minutes, but you might think it gets annoying after a while. Download it anyway. Trust me. I've seen a whole lot of Klik & Play games worse than this.faceinv.zip
Comments: A simple shooter. Not set up the same as Space Invaders, but it's got some interesting bosses, I think.
- Blimp Raid-Weird War II: The sequel, with more different (yes, I know that ain't good English) levels and enemies, but it is still unbeatable because the levels loop and gets harder every time. If anyone beats it five or more times in a row, I'll be shocked, because I -only- beat it four times in a row while testing it. The fifth time is when it goes from super easy to super hard, but you only have to play through it four times to play all the levels. Oh, and you get to fight giant lobsters, penguins, Snomen (yes, I spelled it like that on purpose), giant zombie pirates, Hal Tosa (from Gearbox the Alien), and a giant guy in a giant banana suit named Bananamana.blimp2.zip
Comments: MUCH better than the original. A good arcade game with a lot of action and that you can play a long time but isn't a "blink-and-you're-dead" shooter. It gets kind of boring if you play it a long, long time. And the game play gets a little unbalanced (the bosses are a little easier and the levels a little harder). Still, it's fun and you should play it. Check out the giant lobster boss.
Project Status: I'll eventually try to make it better. But that doesn't mean that it is bad.
- The Mystic Q-Ball: Magic Eight Ball? What's that? This is my angry reaction to a Magic Eight Ball game which only said "Try again later." The Mystic Q-Ball has over a hundred different responces, many of which are kinda sorta mined from other sources. For example, some come from that episode of the Twilight Zone with William Shatner (the one with the fortune telling machine, not the one with the plane). I'd watch out, because it kinda has sort of an attitude. I also put in a Mystic Q-Ball Lite with fewer answers for when you want to get an answer. Oh, there is a button in the corner that's useless. It's, uh... for decoration. Yeah. qball.zip
Comments: Like that famous oversized novelty billiard ball, the Mystic Q-Ball will only hold your attention for a short time (like a party situation). You might want to keep it on your hard drive for occasional use.
Games by Other People and "Click" Community LinksI do not claim to have made these games, and I'm trying to give the original authors full credit. I am merely posting these up on here as a service to you. Some of these games were originally submitted to the Maxis KNP page four or five years ago. Don't dismiss these games just because they're old and made with KNP. These games stood head and shoulders above the rest of the junk submitted to the original Maxis page (including many of my early games lol). I learned a lot from looking at these games, since I didn't have a manual to start out with. And if you want, send me an e-mail and I might add a link on to your page.
- Fire Guy (by Doug E. Martin): I didn't make this game, but I like it pretty well. It's pretty fun and all. I don't think the author would mind, because it is freeware too.Fireguy.zip
Comments: A pretty good cartoony action game. One of the best games on the original Maxis KNP page. (Dunno what happened to the sequel... Anyone?)
- Pachinko (by Brian Kent, check out an online version of this game and others by the author on the V-cade!. His user name is AEnigma.): A unique concept for a time killer.
Comments: Wow. The graphics are pretty good, and it's definitly unique. My main gripes with it are that there's only one board, and you can only have one ball on the screen at a time. And it can't save high scores. It's not very exciting to "arcade" enthusiasts and can take a long time to play. It's one of those "coffee break" games.
- Mr. Pants series: If you don't know who Mr. Pants is, he's Rareware's poorly drawn survey man. He has made special guest appearances in Rare's Jet Force Gemini and Banjo-Tooie, and now stars in his own series of fan games. They are even popular with the people at Rare, and they are professional game makers! The gameplay is simple, collect stuff that falls from the sky while avoiding everyting else.Mr. Pants series
- V-cade!, the online Vitalize arcade
- Clickteam, which gives people like me the ability to make games without programming
- www.tigerworks.co.uk, home of betas of TextVenture Plus, EasyHTML Plus+, and Terminal Orbit (aka Project Rattlesnake)
- www.gamewarlords.com, home of Dragon Ninja Saga, Star Marshall (both free), and the upcomming Legends of Xandor
- Starfish games
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