A tiny collection of pixels that usually don't live
Travis Boisvenue listens to my
ranting raving over at The Happy Medium.
Queens is a short game I made for Mini-LD #10. The theme for the compo was “domestic violence”. I didn’t want to make a depressing game, but hope I still managed to capture the theme in spite of that. It was developed in 72-hours (oops) using flixel, pixen, and sfxr.
You can play it online here.
Deathbeam is a game I made over a tumultuous 48-hours for Ludum Dare 14. The theme for the compo was “advancing wall of doom”, and my entry was inspired by Defender and Dino Run.
Download the game: Windows Mac
If you’re interested in the source code, you can get that here. The game was written in Python 2.6 using Pyglet, and I used Tile Studio for the maps.
|Aliens are attacking. This is the mothership.|
|It’s charring humans left and right with its deathbeam.
|This is you: Rescue Bot XLD-14Z. You’re the humans’ only hope.|
|You can pick up humans and use your jets to carry them off to
safety and wellness.
left & right arrow to move
space to jet
|Drop humans at the teleporters to beam them to safety.
Teleporting many at once earns you extra points!
|Some humans are worth more than others. This one, however,
is boring. He is worth only 50 points.
|This is a scientist. Scientists are worth 250 points.|
|This is Mr. President. The humans’ leader is worth a whopping
1000 points, robot.
|Watch out for alien turrets. Your armor protects you, but the humans
aren’t so lucky. Poor guys.
|Rescue as many humans as you can and use the rocket booster
to escape to orbit!
A tiny elf runs straight at you, shouts "Phuce!", and disappears into the forest.
We also have some sort of Tumblr thing.