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A Test


To kick things off, here's the origin of the GIF I made to promote this event: my first ever level! Right after the release of VVVVVV: Make and Play Edition, I wanted to put out a level to promote it. I was immediately struck by the power of "direct mode", which allows manual placement of basically every tile in the game. As far as I could tell, nobody had released a level utilising it to the extent I had, so I decided to hold back so I could surprise everyone with something even more impressive. I started on a follow-up, Viridian's Venture, a painstakingly methodical adaptation of places in The Pilgrim's Progress despite me having virtually no enthusiasm for the original work. In retrospect it's extremely obvious why I never completed this, but I'll see what I can salvage from it to post for this event.

Oh, and the GIF above shows off the entire level, but just in case you still feel like downloading:

To install VVVVVV levels, extract the .zip file into the VVVVVV level folder, then run VVVVVV (or Make and Play Edition). The folder should be in one of these places depending on your OS:
OSX: …/Library/Application Support/VVVVVV/levels/
Linux: …/.local/share/VVVVVV/levels/

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minigolf, but they're levels made from existing games, and they're only kinda minigolf


so last night the gallery associated with my mfa art program put on a minigolf art show...

and in the pic at the top, you can see people at a table playing games. that's my stuff, i did a doom wad and a vvvvvv level loosely based on minigolf...

the vvvvvv level was done with the make and play edition, which is free. the regular vvvvvv is not.

"Enjoy! To distribute your level for other people to play, go find the .VVVVVV file in your Documents folder. (On windows, that should be in My Documents/VVVVVV, on Mac it's Documents/VVVVVV, on Linux ~/.VVVVVV). You can play other people's levels by copying files into this directory." here

here are other people's holes!

kayla thompson

laura hughes, based of azad's drawing

andrew campbell

i do'nt kn=ow who did this )O:

krista raasch

-oh and the curvy photo in the main image is by jonathan bagby. the small blue one is by mandy keithly. i don't know who did the one in the corner.

i'm also including the doom stuff, but note that doom and doom ii are not free. but there is a thing called freedoom that is doom basically made from scratch, and you can use that. i want to put less emphasis on these doom files because not free stuff goes against the spirit of glorious trainwrecks, i think... even though the text here is longer for this than vvvvvv

the doom wad is called 'Minigolf, but the balls are rockets and the holes are flaming skulls of Doom"
it's a really easy set of 9 tiny levels, made mostly for people who aren't experienced at doom
i'm not posting it on the idgames archive because i want to try to make my wads pacifist. i just didn't have time to figure out how to do that because i made the 9 maps the day of the show

so what you're supposed to do is open the minigolf.pk3 file with doom (usually gzdoom or chocolate doom) and it should run. if not:
a. unzip the zip file
b. open minigolf 1.wad with doom 2
c. with minigolf 2.wad, it'll probably open up with the first doom level and not this map... so in this case, open up the console (~) and type "map map02" and it will take you there.
d. repeat with levels 3-9. "map map03", "map map04", etc.
yeah this is a mess and that's because there's not really any decent documentation on how to package .wads. i'm not very good at this kind of stuff quite yet. it's my first time releasing maps of any sort

i think when i have time, i'll try to figure it out proper.

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!!!!!! - The Game That Appears First In Alphabetical Listings


This is just like VVVVVV, except when you press the "flip gravity" button, everything else flips gravity instead of you. I know there's probably ten or twenty games out there that use similar mechanics, but the only one that comes to mind at the moment is LIMBO. And even then it more commonly used electromagnets instead of gravity.

The player-character is inspired by this webcomic.

Arrows - move.
X - Jump.
C - Flip gravity.

Leon Arnott
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RED++ = ++RED


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A grindhouse-porn homage to my favorite platformer of this century. With apologies to Terry. Press up and down to make sweet, tender love.

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