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Thanks! I'm happy with some aspects of this game, but (since it was a 48-hour Ludum Dare thing) I wish I had time to really flesh it out a bit more.
Keep me posted on the rhythm game you're making. I'd love to check it out when it's done!
I'm excited to make Zines! Thank you for sharing this beta version. I'm working on a Mac, and I think I have a couple of graphical issues with things overlapping. Screenshots for fullscreen and windowed below
We're hoping to get something together for this year's jam, but, just last week, we finished our new music game, and wanted to share it here (as this might be an interested community).
It's a cross between incremental games and a drum machine. Check it out if you have time!
Hoping to get something new together in this two-week window for the jam and looking forward to playing everyone's entries!
This is fascinating stuff! I'm trying to do a field-of-view kind of hack like a simpler version of your pre-flashlight lighting here, but as you say, the canvas replacement has a high barrier of entry! I'll keep trying!
I'm a programmer with specialty in music and sound. I can't be there in person, but I'd love to work with any and all teams that want some additional audio support.
I think this is a wonderful implementation of games and I want to be a part of it!
I got this Pico-8 game in a random lot on eBay. I couldn’t find it in any of the classic Pico-8 game guides, so it’s probably a bootleg.
I ripped the ROM (since my old Pico-8 system hasn’t worked in ages), and I figured I’d share it here since one of you guys must know about these obscure cartridges. I can’t tell if it the game is corrupted or if that’s how it’s meant to be.
Enjoy! Multiple endings, surrealist horror, and a bumping soundtrack (available for free download here).
"I do not understand why, when I ask for a grilled lobster in a restaurant, I am never served a cooked telephone." - Salvador Dali
Tired of Siri and Google's rational answers?
Surrealist Siri is the answer!
Free application for Mac, Windows, or Linux
Created in 48 hours (including graphics and sound) for Ludum Dare 38.
Use the arrows to crash into worlds smaller than yours to increase your planet's surface area, and allow for a larger population! Avoid the Dark Star until your population is ready!
(With regards to Katamari and Sinistar)
Downloadable version, available below, is significantly higher quality than web version (especially audio).