My eleventh game is finally out, and it’s playable here. Delegate This! is my ninth #onegameamonth game, and it is a spiritual sequel to Don’t Get Fired!, my first (and most popular on GameJolt) game for #onegameamonth.
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My tenth game (my eighth for #onegameamonth) is now playable here! It’s called “Marcela Martins and the Terrain-Transforming Talisman.” If you enjoyed the Mystical Mutable Map, you might enjoy this one too. I didn’t, but that proves nothing.
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My ninth game (my seventh for #onegameamonth) is out now, and you can play it here! It’s called “Marcela Martins and the Mystical Mutable Map” (the theme this month was “Maps”), and while I doubt people will like it as much as A Snowball’s Chance, it’s my personal favorite.
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Due to something resembling popular request, I have hacked some mobile functionality into a new version of A Snowball’s Chance. You can play the “mobile edition” here. Because I am an old person and touch interfaces are less intuitive to me than the old mouse and keyboard, I’ll try to explain the controls: touch the left side of the screen to move left; touch the right side of the screen to move right. That sounds simple, but it means that trying to steer with one finger is awful. I find that holding the mobile device like a game controller and using my thumbs to steer makes this feel right. Enjoy!
Greetings, everybody! My seventh game is finished, and you can play it right here! The theme for #onegameamonth this month was “Snow Day!” Because it’s December, McFunkypants (that’s the guy who runs #onegameamonth) encouraged us to “take it easy” and do “something small.” I already did that last month, though, so I decided instead to do just the opposite! The result is A Snowball’s Chance, and I’m pretty sure it’s my best work to date.
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My fourth game is done, and it’s available to play on this very site! It also happens to be my second game for One Game a Month. The theme this month was “The Fair,” so I gave it some thought and came up with this: Madame Zarena Wants to Be a Clown, a heartwarming tale of a psychic who dreams of bringing laughter to people by hitting herself in the face with a pie.
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Some friends and I decided to get all communal and start a site where we could all post our own games and maybe even one day make a more ambitious, large-scale game together as a group. Our little indie game “studio” is called String Trees, and I’m probably overdue to post about it because Richard has already been putting out some impressive work for One Game A Month.
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