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Postmortem: OpenGameArt Movie Video Game

Friday, November 30, 2018, 08:56

Postmortem: OpenGameArt Movie Video Game

OpenGameArt Movie Video Game was an idea I had for OpenGameArt.org's Summer 2017 Game Jam. The idea being similar to the Lego Movie. I would take a bunch of artwork from OpenGameArt.org in different styles. The villain wanted to convert everything to one consistent style of the Liberated Pixel Cup.

Open Game Source: Color Monster 0.0.0 (Again)

Thursday, October 11, 2018, 20:26

Open Game Source: Color Monster 0.0.0 (Again)

While on vacation I wanted to work on Color Monster but there was a problem. My wife had taken her tablet but it didn't load some of the sites she wanted to use or at least didn't run well. This led to her stealing my laptop. How do you do development without a computer?

Open Game Source: Everything Attacks 0.0.0

Monday, September 17, 2018, 06:28

Open Game Source: Everything Attacks 0.0.0

Last school year, my oldest was being tested on state names and their capitals. The grades didn't count. They were just trying to teach them how to study. My son didn't do as well as he wanted on the tests. For the last test I decided to help him study.

I found an svg map of the United States. The test was the western states so I edited everything else out and printed out the map. A list of state names, capital names, and monsters were made in LibreOffice. I cut apart all the names.

Open Game Source: Color Monster 0.0.0

Sunday, July 08, 2018, 15:02

Open Game Source: Color Monster 0.0.0

Color Monster was a game idea I had back in 2006. The concept was a monster
collecting game like Pokemon or Digimon but allowing you to color the
creatures. I began prototyping the design as a Java applet with the plan of
building an Android game.

Brick Monsters: Eye of the Deep

Sunday, July 01, 2018, 16:52

Brick Monsters: Eye of the Deep

The latest Brick Monsters release is available from drivethrurpg.com or rpgnow.com. The Eye of Deep is a sea dwelling eye beast. It appeared in the Tome of Horrors by Necromancer Games for 3.5 edition. The creature was not included in the Fifth Edition Foes. Hopefully our stats can help correct that missing foe. Two builds are included as usual. The builds are very different. Even if you don't have all the pieces, the instructions might inspire you to create something with the bricks you own. The mpd file is included to allow you to conveniently order the parts using bricklink.com.

Sunday, June 17, 2018, 16:55

Crippling the Walkers

In planning a Star Wars game for May 4, I looked for adventure ideas. I stumbled on The Force of the Story. Steve Darlington's explanation of the important features of a Star Wars story really struck me as well defined.

Tuesday, March 13, 2018, 18:22

Brick Monsters is here!

Brick Monsters is a combination of a Monster Manual and building instructions for Lego bricks. My goal is to include two different designs for the same monster along with suggestions of alternate possibilities if you don't have the needed pieces. It will also include monster stat sheets in some systems.I've been doing Dungeons and Dragons 3.5 and 5th edition but that might not always be the case.

Sunday, March 04, 2018, 04:04

Tiny Frontiers

I received an email about Tiny Wastelands kickstarter recently. I've really enjoyed Tiny Epic Kingdoms and Tiny Epic Galaxies. A post-apocalyptic game sounded awesome. When I checked out the kickstarter, I realized it was a "Tiny" game not a "Tiny Epic" game. I could have just stopped there but I decided to learn more about the Tiny games from Gallant Knight Games.

Open Game Source: Viobyte 0.0.0 (Again)

Thursday, March 01, 2018, 20:54

Open Game Source: Viobyte 0.0.0 (Again)

I learned of the TinyArcade when it was launched on kickstarter. It looked interesting but not enough to convince me to back it. Since playing with the TinyScreen Video Game Kit, I debated picking up the TinyArcade. To my surprise, TinyCircuits played my viobyte game and liked it. They offered to send me a TinyArcade if I would port it to that platform.

Thursday, February 15, 2018, 17:01

Open Game Art Valentine

Valentine's day is for showing your love to others. Everyone runs out and buys cards to hand out. I don't particularly like buying cards. The cards are very expensive for paper that you just toss later. I sometimes find the cards to be a little generic as well.

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