Last friday night I noticed I was starting to lose motivation in the larger projects I was working on, and I wanted to challenge myself a bit, so I decided to give myself about 5 hours to make a clone of minesweeper, with my own art and all. I decided to record the whole thing with hypercam as a timelapse. I successfully completed the project within 5 hours, and the timelapse is now available on YouTube:
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This last summer has been really busy, but really awesome. I never got a chance to actually post any updates on what I’ve been doing, so I’m just going to recap everything with as many in-development screenshots as I have taken. Most, if not all of my work is versioned by git, and hosted on my own home “server” which is just a repurposed Dell desktop from around 2004. If I find I don’t have sufficient images, I’ll checkout old commits and take screenshots for this post.
Circuit Crawler is now on the Android market! 100% of all proceeds will go to the Youth for Technology Foundation to help children in Africa and the poorest parts of America get access to the technology that most of us take for granted.
Here’s a level editor I’ve made in a week or two, full game released on March 30th.
So this is what I’ve been working on for the past while, I didn’t post the first video, so here’s both of them in a single post.