Actually we both live in the wrong hemisphere for this kind of sleep deprivation, but we think it'd help with crunch time, and we believe in a round Earth.
Least overly complicated
Presented by saluk
Presented by saluk
Presented by riq
Best Goodlooking Rope
Presented by claxo
Universe In A Box
Presented by Chard
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Kite Story (Windows .exe)
|11.3 MB||alex||2008/09/14 09:46|
Kite Story Menu
|194.2 KB||alex||2008/09/14 03:25|
Kite Story 1.1 source
|5.4 MB||alex||2008/09/14 02:54|
Catching a sky diver
|42.7 KB||alex||2008/09/11 16:11|
|176.2 KB||biccy||2008/09/10 11:55|
Kite meets bird
|15.4 KB||alex||2008/09/07 13:46|
Enjoy Kite Story, a game of satellites, string and helicopters. Windows and Mac OS X binaries available.
The birds in this screenshot are actually flying backwards. This is due to an apparent artist/programmer world-view difference in what the "native" direction of a sprite should be. The artist, being primarily right-brained, draws all her sprites facing to the left; while the programmer, knowing that the mathematical X axis increases to the right, writes code that assumes right-facing entities.
Clearly this is could become a terminal dilemma, whose resolution will require much negotiation and compromise (of the artist).
33 items not including the ones I had to redraw, I don't think I've ever drawn so much in one day.
Tomorrow I'll work on backgrounds and maybe animation if I have time.
Now excuse me while I go and pass out.
yup...Rope...String...thread.... this is going to be a fun week
Any theme but this one!
Rebecca came up with a usable idea that we're running with. It's small and simple but achievable and motivating, unlike the many other ideas we came up with. Maybe it's just us, but the theme is definitely not working for us this time.
Screenshot shows a mixture of programmer art and a temporary resource ripped from last pyweek, with some string physics that are working surprisingly nicely.