A quick google reveals...
Can we pimp our own stuff? It's all free and I mostly just want people to try it and give opinions.
|# ¿ Jul 9, 2012 20:52|
|# ¿ May 24, 2013 09:59|
I even said 'promote your own stuff' in the OP. Honesty, so long as nobody is being a dick and arguing over pointless poo poo that we've all heard a thousand times over, just about anything goes here. This is indie! We make it up as we go!
Aww poo poo, missed that part.
Oh well, dig your teeth into this for starters:
It's kind of like Typing of the Dead, except instead of shooting zombies you're yelling at hyperactive Counter Strike kids to shut the gently caress up so a demo competition can begin.
We made it last year for the Assembly 2011 demoscene festival's game dev compo and finished 3rd. Development time was about a month, one coder, one graphics guy, one sound guy and one guy who did our web stuff. Engine is Unity 3.something, can't remember which version was current back then.
Der Shovel fucked around with this message at Jul 9, 2012 around 21:36
|# ¿ Jul 9, 2012 20:59|
One thing that I disliked (just for me) is being able to use the backspace key.
Originally you couldn't. You had to type until you got a word right no matter how long it took, but people whined about it so much we added the backspace halfway through.
Here's our earlier game dev compo game. Same sort of deal: four dudes, about a month and change. That time we finished sixth.
I think there may be a bug in one of the later levels with this latest version, but the sources were lost in a tragic hard drive accident so we can't go back and fix it.
This time it's a rocket jumping physics platformer where you guide Dr. Funkenstein, a bad-rear end scientist / pimp through time and space to save alternate earth from badly animated flying saucers. It's hard as balls.
Especially noteworthy are the skybox graphics. Our graphics guy went on holiday towards the end of the project with them undone, remembered a few hours before the submission deadline that he hadn't done them and basically drew them in one go on his tablet. And it shows
This one's also available for Macs.
Der Shovel fucked around with this message at Jul 9, 2012 around 21:40
|# ¿ Jul 9, 2012 21:33|