NES games turned to 3D and all playable in a browser.
A simple yet engaging game for the mobile world. Imagine you’re communicating with a person stranded in a remote location and guiding them along. Your inputs could easily be a matter of life and death at that.
In terms of game mechanics, it is a very simple game since it’s just plain text with A-B choice making. The real novelty is in the game pacing as the communication happens in real time, so you’ll be playing it over the course of a few days.
The game’s currently on sale on both the App Store (just ₹10 in India) and Play Store, so go get it and enjoy a round of innovative story telling.
So, now you can play breakout in Google Image Search. Just search for the words “Atari breakout” on image search.
via Digg – Do a Google Image search for Atari Breakout. You….
A very interesting experiment by a game developer who seeded a pirated version of their game which was not quite the same as the original:
The cracked version is nearly identical to the real thing except for one detail… Initially we thought about telling them their copy is an illegal copy, but instead we didn’t want to pass up the unique opportunity of holding a mirror in front of them and showing them what piracy can do to game developers.
If pirates are put through more trouble than genuine customers, maybe more will buy the real game. Sadly, for AAA games it is currently the other way. Customers get the trouble with always-on requirements and intrusive DRM, while pirates can just download and enjoy. A twisted world.
via What happens when pirates play a game development simulator and then go bankrupt because of piracy? | Greenheart GamesGreenheart Games.
That’s one huge display, albeit not a Retina one.
Pong at the Philadelphia Cira Centre – YouTube
A game written in QBASIC, and no it’s nowhere like Gorilla or Nibbles. Just a 12000 line .BAS file.
Black Annex | Man Fight Dragon.