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Jonathan Hunter

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Are you playing in browser? If so, what browser are you using? I can get it to work everytime on Firefox

The crossed out mine means you placed a flag where there was no mine so the middle 2 would still be correct.

Any of the purple areas are unused by the game when uploading the texture. It's just extra space. The small grid icon in the bottom left is just to say that section is used as a 9-slice texture in Gamemaker

I'm currently going through and cleaning up my code, which is going to take a while, but this is something I may consider in the future.

Thank you!

This should now be fixed with the web version. I've only tested it on Firefox so let me know if you have any issues with a different browser. Enjoy!

Thanks for the feedback! This should work in the desktop version. You need to left click while holding down the right mouse button. I believe there was an actual bug with Gamemaker's html export when I raised this with them that stops it from working in browser. I'm hoping to get back to this project soon and fix a few issues and add more features. Will take me a while to get through my spaghetti code though!

Thanks, I'll keep that in mind.

I want to release a demo for a game I am working on.  When I have the demo completed I will create a new project page for the demo. When I eventually release the full game should I create a new project page and unlist the demo or should I change the demo project page into the full release version?

Super cool!

This has been fixed!

Thanks, glad you liked it!

I'll make sure to fix that for the next update.

Thank you!

A Minsweeper clone with multiple built-in themes. The downloadable version of Minesweeper+ has larger custom games, the option to scale the game window, and support for custom themes. The "custom theme" menu allows you to upload your own theme or download a template.

You can either play it in browser or download it for free here. Enjoy!


This is perfect, great work!

The Total Gallery is an attempt to implement the infinite monkey theorem by creating images instead of text. The program uses a pseudorandom number generator to decide how an image is created. A width and height are chosen, a base is chosen to initially fill the image, then the program can choose to draw a random number of primitives and apply effects to the image. This can be seen as giving the monkey MS Paint instead of a typewriter.

The Image generation settings let you choose which bases, primitives, and effects will be used to generate images. You can also choose from some presets which will give some interesting results.

Mac version has been added, enjoy!