Posts Categorized: Games

DigiGhost (Silly Game in a Day)

Every once in a while you decide “Man, I should make a game in 24 hours and let the kids design the levels for it.” Using only 4 colors. (I made an exception for the indicators on the HUD.)

Maybe that doesn’t come up super often for anybody…

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Floppi’s Relic Run: Tools and short Post-Mortem

A little while ago, I entered the 36th Ludum Dare game jam, and ended up creating my first ever game with the Godot Engine: Floppi’s Relic Run. Check the LD link there for the download. This post is a bit of a post-mortem on the jam project, but also to spotlight the tools that made this remotely possible.

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Zombinanza 2 now in progress

It was mentioned that a sequel to Zombinanza has long been missing, and as a consequence Zombinanza 2 shall be attempted to be started to be made. Harass me if it doesn’t.

Recettear: An Item Shop’s Tale

Heh, this Saturday I spent nearly 7 hours playing Recettear: An Item Shop’s Tale and I have to say that I love it.  Beyond a fairly enjoyable cast of characters you can choose just about every aspect of your shop from what is stocked to the wallpaper, flooring and carpeting used.  As for inventory, you can work the town markets or go out adventuring to rustle up some sales from whatever you skin off monsters.  I love these types of games, and having such a cute protagonist certainly doesn’t hurt.

Drop by their website and check it out.

Gameplay Video: Marisa vs. Alice

The other day I got bored and recorded a quick 2 minute gameplay video of a fight between Marisa and Alice (Marisa played by yours truly) in Immaterial and Missing Power. 🙂  Sorry in advance if it’s a little loud, I use crappy $5 headphones. 😛

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Immaterial and Missing Power

I’ve been playing quite a bit of Touhou Project’s Immaterial and Missing Power, and it is quite the addictive fighting game.  Most of the other Touhou project games are bullet-hell shooter games.  I’m kinda not so great at fighting games or bullet-hell games.  There’s an English patch, but you don’t really need it to play the game unless you want to follow the story. Continue reading