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Ah, that's too bad. I've only ever clicked the Linux button and only twice ;n;.
Glad the video was of some use!

Hey this is awesome! Nice work.

Hey great concept! I enjoyed it quite a bit.

This game was absolutely fantastic! I really enjoyed my time playing.

Such a creative idea!

So cool! Very nice concept!

Oddly enough my character kept locking up after a few sword swings.
Maybe I missed something - but as others said nice art!

Oddly enough my character kept locking up after a few sword swings.
Maybe I missed something - but as others said nice art!

Haha great social commentary on the state of gaming. It was fairly immersive too.

Very nice little concept! I'm more of an arrow keys man, but still had a great time!

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Xerox designed both of those, so it's from the same company that pioneered Smalltalk. And it works in a similar way. I think they were being co-developed around the same time. Yes, The Programmers Assistant (REPL) enters an expression as soon as you close it off. If you type in a ] it will close it off immediately and finish all the parentheses.

Always nice to see Lisp pushing around polygons!

Nice colorful art and a reasonable representation of Pacman!

Looks like some issues getting it to run for me. :(

ryan@ryan-server:~/Desktop/Spring Game Jam 2023/wasm4-wireworld$ ./w4 run-native cart.wasm

/tmp/wasm4-linux: /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/ version `GLIBC_2.34' not found (required by /tmp/wasm4-linux)

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Having some troubles getting it running, looks like an interesting concept.

ryan@ryan-server:~/Desktop/Spring Game Jam 2023/bin$ ./cl-powder
./cl-powder: /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/ version `GLIBC_2.33' not found (required by ./cl-powder)

./cl-powder: /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/ version `GLIBC_2.32' not found (required by ./cl-powder)

./cl-powder: /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/ version `GLIBC_2.34' not found (required by ./cl-powder)

Quite a lot of fun! Nice and addictive, gives a feeling of "just one more game" - just like I like it.

Thanks for your input, I think I can speed it up a bit if I study Medley more!
I'm blasting out all the rows and columns each time, but it could be made to only consider the row/column that needs redrawing with a little care. :)

Glad you enjoyed it, installation honestly has been a very easy experience for me on Ubuntu Loonix. :)
Since it's image based you can just pass out your image and be done with it.
I'm not sure if Mac and Windows folks have been able to run the image since it was created on Linux...

Thank you for the compliment.
Yes, part of my interest in this was getting the Medley project into the hands of people who might not be aware it exists. ;)

I like the execution by execution :D.
I'd probably speed up the shots a bit more but very cool idea.

Thank you for your service, bee!

Quite a lot of fun!

Reminds me heavily of the dedicated Pong consoles. :)

Awesome gameplay. I've not played a Rogue game like this before. Firing then moving to advance the bullet felt really good when it hit!

Hopefully you were able to load the memory file and try the fifteen game. :D
Yeah, it's a pretty interesting system! It has some "choices" for sure like making infix calculations work. (5 + 6) is a valid expression.
(* foo) is a comment, TIMES is the multiply command etc. Plenty of quirks I came across.

Very nice art! Perhaps a gore cheatcode next time? :D

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1356 was my final score after 5 attempts. Fun game!

I didn't know I wanted to befriend rabbits er bunnies. But apparently it is so. Nice presentation and interesting concept.

Excellent little game, great art and concept!

Very cute. :)

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I managed a few levels but I don't know if I beat the game properly. ;n;
I got a blue "interim" screen with a [string "..."]:48: attempt to index local 'current_options' (a nil value)

Cute game, I too discovered the alternate ending. :D

That's probably the better way to include the image. Thanks!

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Please be sure you click the thumbnail over there <- for installation instructions and a full video of the game and InterLisp system.
Or just go here. :)

Be sure to check out the InterLisp project here.

Well, here it is. I set out to make a game in Medley InterLisp and did so. :)

Finished it. :)
Nice of borodust to ship it in binary form for you.
Overall I'd encourage you to finish. It's was  a good bit of simple fun.

Very cool to see some 3D action. I would encourage you to keep going with this one!