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  1. UPDATE: This game is done and you can play it here: https://zerofiftyone.itch.io/hypersonic --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Here we go again. For Wizard Jam 4, I'm going to be making The Hypersonic Effect. For day one, I picked out a title and, while figuring out what type of game it would be, made a menu for it. I still have no idea what the game will be, but It'll probably end up looking like this. I'm going to spend the next day or so figuring what the game will be and hopefully come up with something that I like that is also not overscoped. I have less time for this jam than I had last time, so I'm going to have to be conscious of that.
  2. [RELEASE] Button Frenzy

    Hey folks. I've been meaning to write one of these threads for a little while so here goes. I'm making a game inspired by the gameplay loop of old-school Simon toys, and the universal ritual of inputting video game cheat codes using a controller. It's a fast-paced score-attack game whereby the player has to watch a randomly generated button sequence and then repeat it under a strict time limit. Enter in sequences quickly and you'll score more points and rack up a score multiplier. As the game continues it gets faster and more difficult. Think WarioWare in terms of basic structure and pace, and you're not too far off. Diversifiers used: "It's a Baby Game" Super Briefly UPDATE Play it here: http://itch.io/jam/winter-wizard-jam/rate/45593 Another update: This game is now on Steam Greenlight! I decided to keep working on it and make it into a full thing. I just launched the Greenlight page a few minutes ago and I'm pretty terrified! The page is here, if you're interested: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=576631024
  3. I had an idea on the train this morning as I was relistening to this week's podcast. I think I want to make Jake's suggested interpretation of "I Like the Hair" as a joke minigame. Basically it'd be a game in which you're presented various portraits and asked if you like the hair or not. And I thought it might be even better if the game featured pics of folks from the Thumbs community. What do you all think? Is this a good idea? If people are prepared to do this I'll set up some kind of webform for submitting your pics. Edit: Alright, I've put up a quick webform for picture submissions. Here it is: http://goo.gl/forms/QwoVQT6TBD If you want your beautiful mug to appear in a video game about hair, send me a picture! I guess it's worth saying just for clarity that I won't be distributing any of these pictures to anyone or using them for anything other than this. THANKS GUYS Edit #2: This game is done and you can play it! It's accessible via a cheat code in my other game, Shoot That Pizza. In the main menu, type in the secret code "puffin"!
  4. Unreal Engine 4

    So here's a sweet trailer showing off the latest version of the Unreal Engine: And here's an even sweeter developer walkthrough of the new amazing tech they've cooked up. It even has a twist, sort of: [media=]http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=MOvfn1p92_8 It's so great that this amazing engine is available to everyone, even developers who are interested in stuff besides murder simulators. Of course, there's also Unity and CryENGINE, the latter of which is probably similarly astounding.