Sunday, November 29, 2009
Remember JW? That Game Maker developer that uses a simplistic style and has a heart of gold? Well, his longest running project to date, 4hrpg, now has it's own forums! Players that sign up to the forums will get early access to future builds of the game, as well as other rewards. People who donate over $4.99 to JW will receive the super rare, "filthy rich" class, and every player who donates will earn themselves a spot in the credits.
4hrpg is honestly a really cool RPG, and it's been great to see it improve over these past couple months. It features around 12 classes which all have their own unique abilities and weapons, and since the game is randomly generated, every time you play will be a new experience.
Donate to JW
Saturday, November 28, 2009
My old buddy Knite has just made maybe the coolest T-Shirt design ever! The design itself is based off of my original Scattle logo (seen here)
You can buy an actual T-Shirt with this design, for around 23 bucks (pretty cheap, in my opinion) so go ahead and strut your stuff with some awesome Scattle flair!
Buy the T-Shirt here!
Wednesday, November 18, 2009
Made for Mini Ludum Dare 14, Andy Wolff and Andrew Brophy tell the story of a boy lost in the sewers, chasing after the girl he loves. Sewers is a "Find the endings" type game, and like another game, it features 5 total endings to unlock. the visuals, and somewhat creepy atmosphere are very appealing, and although finished late, the effort clearly shows why.
Sunday, November 8, 2009
Kapser's Saut was made for the Game Jolt Minimal Competition, with what seems to have a good mix of other indie platformers. In Saut, you play as a lone pixel man who apparently has no ability to walk on his own, so your only means of control is the spacebar, in which our hero will jump, and then slide. This game has a very nice style, relaxing music, and appealing visuals. To put it simply, it's like if Runman, Canabalt, N, and Knytt Stories had a child... Play it.
Play at Game Jolt
Thursday, November 5, 2009
Hello fellow readers. I'm sorry I haven't been updating this blog as much as I should, but as soon as things settle back down, I'll get back in the habit, because I love you all. If you've liked what I've been doing with Mouse No, or if you like any of my games, could you kindly consider sending a small donation my way? A dollar would be very, very appreciated. In other news, I've begun working on another game for the Game Jolt Minimal Competition. It's a small platform adventure that I think might be my best game yet. Screenshots and more info in the future...