Update: this converter is now built into Twine 1.4 (in the "Import Compiled HTML file" menu item), so this page is no longer necessary.
Someone on my Twitter feed reported that they'd lost the source code of a Twine game of theirs, and wanted to know if they could convert the HTML back to a usable format. So, I decided to quickly knock up a utility that could do that. Here it is - it extracts the passages from a HTML twine game and converts them to Twee source code, which Twine can import using the "Import Source Code" menu option. I hope it works for you.
Oh man that's nasty don't get it on your loved ones
A series of games accurately reflecting life in the British Isles in 2012. A historical document of times that are now. NOW. Presented in the medium of videogames because we couldn't upload interpretive darnce.
FOLLOW THE ONSCREEN INSTRUCTIONS. SCORE HIGH FOR THE WIN(?)
Another Paint Toy. Do a little scribble with the mouse. The worm "learns" it and does it over and over again.
I think there might be a 2 player game idea lurking in here, but I'm sad because doing my advent calendar has apparently tapped out my game making mojo.
I'm stuck in this city with no cash and no home (I'm couch surfing for now.) I decided that since I got a 3 day weekend ahead of me, I'm going to write a trainwreck and sell it. Ha! I just want to see what I can hammer out in 3 days. I can't find a job anywhere in this crappy city but I'm not ready to go back 'home' yet (I want to avoid my mom's couch again!)
I had many attempts before trying to hammer out games while keeping my eyes peeled for jobs but after a year's hunt, I used my tax refund to go on vacay, only to run out of cash and get a job that brought me to this city and I got into it with the people I work with (I don't like working with others, it seems) so now I'm stranded.
I keep getting flack from my family and friends that programming a game is stupid without extra schooling, Fuck school. I was bored to tears (maybe I'm so damn genius that I didn't need 16 weeks to learn algebra, how about 2 days? lolz)
I'm determined to finally get some games off the ground and make some money in doing what I love (altho using a game dev kit kinda is wonky than hard coding, I can always hammer out something in QB64 lolz or DarkBasic).
So this blog will chronicle my attempts. Let's see how this trainwreck goes!!!
Playing through some of these games has given me a spirit for klik n play and I really like these releases. Some people aren't fortunate to have the windows 16 bit working and I like to pass games along to my ug for them to enjoy to get a real sense of appreciation for a good short game and the beautiful klip art many of these entries possess. The tracks are sweet, sometimes they need a little nudge with the right soundfont, and they carry the game to its completion.
Alright, let's try that again.
jump with shift, bananas are not allowed
Talk about haunting, this one just plays just right, no surprise breaking, just enjoy. Lovely everything about it, and don't touch the bananas if you can help it obviously.
So yeah, play away, click on the image to link to the game, and if you like them, leave a comment.. user comments are what keeps people less frownie, pledge your support like I did when I took the time to make this post and give them all flash objects so anyone of any o/s can enjoy so long as they can run flash objects in the first place. on the top left of each game there's a link that says NODE (node name) click that and you're back to where you... well, where I think you want to be..
Also there are PLENTY of flash objects that are already out there, they're live out there, on newgrounds or wherever. More on that on another setting and time.
This is the sad tale of how the Dermonts, after twenty plus years of fruitful life and contributions to society, were torn apart after a vicious struggle with the undead.
The four family members huddle together, aiming outward. Use the keyboard to control them. They can't change their facing direction, so losing one family member is quite costly.
Meh, it's kinda like KOTMK but with a larger timespan.
Why did I make this event, you ask?
Well, because there's no upcoming events, and that's unusual.
CONGRATURAION! YOU ARE OF MOON STOPPED AND NOW EVENT ENDED PEACEFUL! THANK FOR PARTICIPATE!
|Righteous: Self Edition||05/27/2012 - 19:21||gilius||0|
|Art of Chainsaw||05/27/2012 - 13:45||mutantleg||1|
|EVIL FACE'S MAGIC MIDI PLAYER||05/27/2012 - 12:22||picobot||1|
|YES||05/26/2012 - 06:57||Smedis2||0|
|Treachery most fowl||05/25/2012 - 22:11||mrcrispy83||6|
|BUILDING JUMP FRENZY||05/25/2012 - 16:00||cimolas||2|
|SOCKRUNE 2: RUNE OF SOCKS||05/25/2012 - 13:10||mno||2|
|Delcioso||05/25/2012 - 12:09||picobot||1|
|Slime Climb||05/25/2012 - 08:04||NickScalzi||1|
|Yellow Jogger Survival Challenge||05/24/2012 - 18:10||cimolas||2|
|Arka-jesus 2: JESUS HARDER||05/24/2012 - 16:02||cimolas||2|
|Ping!||05/24/2012 - 00:03||starflier||1|
|Buck Off!||05/23/2012 - 20:50||starflier||4|
|ADVENTURE TIEM||05/23/2012 - 14:23||Smedis2||1|
|Beehive Kung Fu||05/23/2012 - 10:53||starflier||3|
|JUSTICE MUSTACHE 3||05/22/2012 - 14:56||Smedis2||7|
|Sadness: The Game||05/16/2012 - 04:29||Sprocket||0|
I'd already got my little brother playing the 529-in-One Pirate Kart, and he enjoyed it as massively as he could considering GameMaker games don't run on his machine. So I then installed KNP onto my brother's computer, told him, and showed him the Level Editor, Event Editor, and so on (but gave him very little guidance other than that).
After a week, I came back and found this.
I thought it needed to be posted, seeing as it's a wonderfully terrible game by a real, actual twelve year old messing around in KNP. Enjoy, or otherwise.
Ok i just kind of wanted to make the title screen for this,
because these random titles are usually better than the games themselves
like there is no way for the game to live up to it no matter what
also sad attempts at satire
MOVE WITH ARROWS
SHOOT WITH MICE
CAPTURE FLAG TO WIN