My twenty-first game is complete! Quitting Time is my nineteenth #onegameamonth game, and the theme this month was “Home.”
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My nineteenth game is finished already! Puzzle Monks is my seventeenth #onegameamonth game, and I have been working frantically this month to crank it out in time.
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My eighteenth game is now complete! Don’t Go Bananas! is my sixteenth #onegameamonth game, and this was a tough one for me. The theme this month was “Prose.” I did not like that theme.
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River City Racer is my fifteenth #onegameamonth game (my seventeenth game overall). The theme this month was “Finish Line,” so of course it’s a racing game.
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My sixteenth game is out and you can play it now! Factory Escape is my fourteenth #onegameamonth game, and the theme was “30 seconds.”
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My fifteenth game is now complete! The 100-Meter Splash is my thirteenth #onegameamonth game. Wait, what? Thirteen months? I thought I was done! Am I crazy?! Apparently.
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My fourteenth game is complete! Raise the Sun is my twelfth and final1 #onegameamonth game. The theme this month was “Solar,” and so I decided to graft that theme onto a game concept that I’ve been wanting to make for a long time. I think the theme fits the game really well.
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That’s right, my thirteenth game (my eleventh for #onegameamonth) is called Who Says You Can’t Go to Space on a Hydrojet Pack?, and it’s about a person who tries to go to space on a hydrojet pack which has been modified to refuel mid-flight by eating clouds. Yep, the premise is as silly as the title. The #onegameamonth theme this month was “Clouds,” so that should help explain things a little.
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My twelfth game is complete! Bouncy Planet is my tenth #onegameamonth game, and I’m very proud of it. The theme this month was “Childhood,” and Bouncy Planet is the story of a child playing with a solar system made of bouncy balls. You can play as General Mean, a villain determined to ram all the planets and knock them out of orbit, or as Star Captain, the hero who must shoot him down in order to protect Bouncy Planet. Or you can switch back and forth at will and do whatever you want – they’re your toys, after all.
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