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Rings of Saturn


RINGS OF SATURN, a quick score attack game made with CT Fusion and playable in nearly any browser.

The object of the game is to collect 20 rings, which frequently appear when you blow up space rocks. You can also collect space gemstones, which increase your score. The faster you collect all 20 rings, the higher your final score. Be as quick as you can, because the bonus timer is always ticking down...!


  • When prompted, you can press the R KEY to start/restart the game.

Try for a high score. Enjoy!

Game and some graphics by me. Made in Clickteam Fusion Dev Edition.
Other graphics by Clickteam.
Sound effects made with the LabChirp tool.
Background music from the website.

OTHER NOTES: I've been experimenting with the built-in physics tools for Clickteam Fusion lately, and this is another short project. The saucer's movement is the only one I've been fiddling with in terms of physics here, as well as the positioning of the targeting reticule. The shield that appears around the ship is an artifact left over from some other ideas I had for the game. It's not particularly useful, but it looked nice so I left it in.

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1hgj: Pac Man


PAC MAN, made for the One Hour Game Jam. This time, the theme was Misleading Title.

This ain't your grand-pappy's Pac Man! Use your MOUSE to move the hand. Press and hold the LEFT MOUSE BUTTON to grab the Mans and release the button to Pac them in the backpack.

Try for a high score! Enjoy! Plays in nearly any browser.

Graphics and event coding in Clickteam Fusion by me. Sounds by Atari and Clickteam. Background music is "Aircord" by DST/Deceased Superior Technician, found on the website.

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The Bat


THE BAT, an exploration toy made for the Bo-Tober Game Jam here at Glorious Trainwrecks. I was playing with the Clickteam Physics tools and created a small environment to flit round in.

You are a bat. Explore the world and eat insects.

Press and hold UP to rise.
Release UP to descend.
Press LEFT or RIGHT to move in that direction.
Press SPACEBAR or JOYSTICK BUTTON 3 to use your echo-location ability. It will help you see.

Enjoy exploring!

Background sound effects found at the BBC sound archive:

Other background sound from "Derelict" by DST/Deceased Superior Technician, from the website. Other sound effects made by me in the BFXR stand-alone tool.

Tree graphics created by Clickteam. Other graphics by me and from the Science News website:

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