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Someone I know who loves Jheronimus Bosch, who I used to be very close to, became a crust punk recently and is going to live in New Orleans; don't do drugs, stay in school; here's an abstract 1-5 player competitive game.

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Jheronimus Bosch
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last of the salad days

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Made for Knytt Swapsies. Started by hugs and finished by Fubaka.

I shan't explain this.

Playground/Misc./Easy - Medium

UPDATE: Fixed the credits.

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hugs & Fubaka
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Onion Pudding

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byob and game file included

Author: 
marie gevaudan
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therein lies

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My attempt at an abstract flickgame.

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Gesnot

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Music sourced from Shnabubula's old webspace.

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FLIPPIN' ART

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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.

Author: 
Cycle
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Vertical Impulse

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This is based on an unreleased game of mine which I never finished, which itself was based on the old Macintosh shareware game Diamonds. There's also some inspiration from Messhof's Punishment: The Punishing and VVVVVV.

Guide this constantly bouncing Pong-like ball out of this dungeon-like environment. Break through the orange blocks (above the start) and blue blocks (below the start) and avoid the purple objects. You must be the same colour as the block to break it.

This thing is kind of dry and could probably do with a more interesting design, but w/e.

Left, right: Move.
Up, down: Speed up or slow down, depending on your current velocity.

EDIT: Endless respawn bug and some sticky wall bugs fixed.

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Gridball Inverse

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I've been kind of awful this month so all I have is a quick ROM hack of Gridball, an old game of mine. Instead of a paddle-and-ball game, this is now a Snake-like game very similar to Poing! by Rick Holzgrave, and also very similar to DragBall and, to a lesser extent, TrailblaZer.

Click in front of the moving ball to place a block. The ball will turn 90 degrees at the block depending on the ball's colour. The computer-controlled paddle at the bottom can change the ball's colour if the ball hits it. You can also click on an existing block to remove it.

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