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Awesome Indie game time!

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OK OK, I know I haven’t added anything in my since the 19th of December. I keep having a bad habit of going into procrastination mode! But hey! Something awesome video game related happened to me today! So let me show you this awesome indie game I stumbled on Steam GreenLight, Robot Roller Derby Disco Dodgeball!

When I saw this on Steam GreenLight I thought this was an awesome idea for a game! It’s pretty much a multiplayer FPS game where you kill people with dodgeballs! Not to mention it has a great name! Even better you can play the early access version of this game for a mere five bucks! Continue reading

Perfect Red Update: 17/Dec/2013

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New version time, again!

New Features

  • Explosions! “Red” Explosions…
  • “Miss” indicators appear when you miss a shot or let an enemy go past you.
  • Big enemies now die “definitely” after 3 shots. No more dodgy 2-4 shots to kill big enemies!
  •  Mouse control support*. It’s a bit “crappy” as shooting with left click isn’t as responsive as a keyboard key or joystick button.

    *It’s not shown on screen, but to use Mouse control press the M key to use mouse control. The movement is better, but the shooting isn’t…

Download

Right Click and Save as to download the new version, previous version not required.

Perfect Red Update: 9/Dec/2013

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New version time!

New Features

  • Joystick Support
  • Big enemies require multiple shots to kill
  • Pretty background…

Download

Right Click and Save as to download the new version, previous version not required.

I made a game!

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Sorry for not posting as much as I should, the good old mix of being mega busy at work, and procrastinating when I’m not working. However Humble Bundle had a Weekly Bundle where Multimedia Fusion was included with a set of games. For those who don’t know what Multimedia Fusion is, it’s an evolution of a piece of software called Klik and Play, a game maker release in 1994 for Windows 3.1 and Mac, a game maker that I understood. Other game makers such as DarkBASIC, YoYo Game Maker (that was free for a limited time) and many others I simply couldn’t get to grasp, but the experience I had on Klik and Play on my old Mac where I made a set of basic games on it, I had to snatch this up, not because it’s basically an Updated version of Klik and Play, but I had an idea for a shooting game! Continue reading