Loved it. Lots of stuff to discover. Also played it a few times to read everything. :]
Recent community posts
At the core I think adventure games are strategy. But I did almost gave it it's own category myself when I made the list.
Strategy would be by far fullest and could use more subdivision.
Luck category would be needed for a few games.
Card/dice category could be removed (strategy/luck)
High level filters for physical games
Here's a list I made by going through the list at https://boardgamegeek.com/browse/boardgamecategory and distilling it down to 5.
Everything fits into:
Defend the city with your plasma-powered mech.
- destructible buildings
- 4 enemy types [tank] [heli] [huge tank] [space crab]
Developing this in my free time in between other projects. You can play this game from this version on, as it continues to get developed sometimes.
Press  in-game to initiate the space crab invasion.
The setting in the cellular dimension is just so damn cool! Excellent art. Instead of music I would rather have heard background soundFX, but the music was good at fitting for a puzzle game. Seamless invisible tutorial too, well done.
Thanks for the comment. There will be racing, survival, and other cool victory conditions. No ship building planned. There will be local 2 player options with racing and survival. Game is developing well, a lot of work has gone into the Raum Drive since the last upload.
- Only 1 screenshot per week allowed [to keep quality and variety high]
- No text! Only the title of the game with a link is allowed [and recommended]
For comments and discussion use the users thread/devlog/game-page.
I'm thankful for the time period I was born into. How my childhood was mainly computer free and how I got to witness the birth of 3D cards and the internet slowly becoming mainstream as a young man. Very interesting time we are living in right now, not just the computers but also other things like society, environment, population, technology...
I finally managed to set up GameMaker to export to Android (3rd times's a charm). I have a few games perfect for touch screen control. Here is the first one!
This game is perfect for mobile with it's 1-button tap controls. Go get your screen dirty as you demonstrate your reflex and estimation skills. You will also be defending the ball from the random occurrences.
Inspired by the lights of pinball machines that you can switch so that the ball activates a bonus.
Thanks for the support. Maybe I should add more instructions in text form to my games. I never read manuals and always found things out slowly by exploring the game, so that's how I tend to design my games.