It’s been a while since we released a free game, so here’s two!
The first is a comedy adventure, along the same line as last years The Inanimate Mr Coatrack (and with a returning character!). Try to keep your cool, as you host a disastrous episode of failing 80’s variety show, ICEBOX!
The second is a platform-puzzler, think Lemmings meets The Incredible Machine, with graphics inspired by the ZX Spectrum.
We found making levels was as fun as playing them, so we’ve made a level editor for this one too, you can export levels as text, and share them in the itch.io comments!
Thanks to the various SeaDads that worked on these with me- Louis Meyer, Adrian Vaughan, Jon Murphy, Kyle Olsen and Ivy Dupler!
We now have t-shirts! Barney’s created a bunch of awesome t-shirt art and we have two very cool designs by guest artists @sixfootewok and @Qt0ri available now thanks to our good friends at Samurai Punk who have helped us out by putting them in their online store.
Oh, and right now there’s a 20% off everything sale… Huzzah!
We made another adventure game in two weeks for Adventure Jam! The Inanimate Mr. Coatrack’s full of sweary undead shenanigans, jokes about willies, and a hefty amount of dismembered limbs!
We decided to do a comedy for this jam, and intended to take it easy and just have fun with it… Instead we ended up working way too hard and making our longest adventure yet. (Not including my current main project at least.)
Also, we were thrilled to come in first overall for the jam, and place first or second in each award category too! You can check out some of the other amazing entries at AdvJam.com
I know the NBA seems pretty regular in terms of their portrayal of basketball, but do you ever think “hmm, just not regular enough!” and storm off in disgust? Of course you do! Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered:
I guarantee these are 100% true and tested authentic humans. No giant mechanical death machines here!
We’ve recently been trying out a service called Parsec which allows you to stream a game and have friends play along remotely, and we’re happy to be able to give it the Official Powerhoof™ Severed Thumbs Up of Approval®!
Parsec lets you stream a game and have friends watch and play along with their own controllers. Latency was my biggest worry, but it wasn’t a problem when we played, certainly no worse than our dodgy indie implementation of online multiplayer would have been!