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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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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Hello again. My eighth game is complete! It’s called A Signal in the Void, and I think it bears some explanation.
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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 sixth game is out, and you can play it right here. The theme for One Game a Month this month was “Luck.” So The Luckiest Person is my fourth #onegameamonth game, and it is a picture of what happens when I get tired of making games and decide to phone it in.
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My fifth game is out! This is my third game for One Game A Month, where the theme this month was “Death.” My game is called “Passing,” and it is available to play right here.
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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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