My twenty-second game is complete (more or less). At any rate, it’s as complete as it’s ever going to get. Squash Arena is my twentieth #onegameamonth game, and the theme this month was “Arena.”
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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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