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mark wonnacott

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i ran out of time to do the deep dive on this topic that i wanted to, instead i present the larger context of my encounters with the internet. i still want to explore rm2k particularly, so i'll keep at it

here's a tool to do this all for you:

damn what's this music, it's siiick. this whole thing has such a mood

oh no! it ends with the festival... where did you end up? you should see: the cat, the fiddler, the navigator, the flagbearer, the architect, the lady, the gentleman, the custodian, and the cat again -- perhaps you missed the first ladder in the flagbearer screen?

good grief 😂

go to the right side of the cube

ahhh the updated dialogue is good, and the finished drawing is amazing

i guess you intend to update the last screen with a full drawing, but i think it was still cool -- at first i thought it was the broken pieces of god... hell yeah! 

i love this! 

i love this! it's spoooky


all you gotta do is make a bitsy game and give me permission :)

it probably requires a little bit of troubleshooting but you have a raspberry pi setup with an operating system, make sure you have python 2.7 installed, and also pygame. from there you should be able to download the software and run in python

hey sorry to post offtopic here but i couldn't find any contact details: i'd like to add your bitsy games to my public archive and also to exhibit them as part of bitsy boutique if that's okay. if you're interested there are three questions here to answer:

you're in here somewhere!

i love the tiles but especially the caves!!

i posted the self-construction materials here (the software is also available on github) but actually pocket chips are no longer available so you'd have to do raspberry pi + screen + battery... if you're serious about paying me for an assembled one you could email me at ragzouken at gmail dot com but bear in mind the material costs are around £100 on their own

i could listen to this music forever

i liked these!!

good format. good topics. well manifested

hell yes

"omg this is fucking brilliant" ariel re: the live aspect just now in my living room

it's a one of a kind physical object, but the software is available here (you may need help getting it set up correctly because i didn't document it...) and a brief description of how it's made is here:

hey i tried to add you on discord (candle) but it didn't go through i think... i can ask here though now i got the details together online:

i'm making an archive + exhibitable hardware player for bitsy games, and i am looking for permission to include your work, three questions here about including and crediting you 

thank you very much! you will of course be credited!

just to make this a little less ominous, and in hope you return to this account one day, i am asking because i'm making an archive + exhibitable hardware player for bitsy games and am looking for permission to include your work. more details/questions here:

get back to me if you're interested! thanks

if you havent already it might be cool to do a poll of all the runner up themes from previous polls

hey sorry to post off topic here, but do you have an email address (or twitter or discord) where i could send you a message asking about your bitsy games? thank you!

hey sorry to post off topic here, but do you have an email address (or twitter or discord) where i could send you a message asking about your bitsy games? thank you!

hey sorry to post off topic here but do you have an email address, discord account or something i could message you on to ask some questions re: your bitsy games?

birth / regeneration / growth

use this to combine tilesets/sprites/palettes from two different projects. probably kinda buggy but it shouldn't break anything from the first project

extremely up for the idea of writing plugins :>

i've seen this requested a few times (and i wanted it myself) so i've created a third party tool that you can use to shift rooms if you find you want to recenter a room's tiles. you can either paste in a whole game's gamedata, or just a whole room

i'd like to add to this something important i just remembered: it can be very easy to forget you're in playtest mode and all the editors behave very weirdly when that's the case (e.g not permitting changes or other things), it would be good if they could look locked in some way when playtesting

yes sorry, i mean rooms - i'm not sure what i meant by "even if it's not the active one" since now i think about it you can't delete anything but the currently viewed room?