Tag: games

  • Badlands: The Scroll of Naming

    Instead of just asking for money for my prototype game, Badlands, I’ve created the Scroll of Naming. Visit the Badlands homepage and you can pay $1.50 to add any 3 names to the random name generator in the game. Your submissions will be added to the core game code and distributed with the game to…

  • Genetic Football

    As a big fan of [genetic walkers][walk], and [genetic cars][car], [this is right up my alley][link]. Can I get a baseball version please? [link]: http://joshmillard.com/football/ “Genetic Football” [walk]: http://rednuht.org/genetic_walkers/ “Genetic Walkers” [car]: http://rednuht.org/genetic_cars_2/ “Genetic Cars”

  • SmoothLifeL

    [A crazy version][link] of [Conway’s Game Of Life][con] using floating point numbers instead of integers. The results are disturbingly organic-looking. Could be images from a blurry microscope. [link]: http://www.jwz.org/blog/2012/10/smoothlifel/ “SmoothLifeL | jwz” [con]: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conway’s_Game_of_Life “Conway’s Game Of Life”

  • Playfic

    [“the first online community that lets you write, remix, share, and play interactive, text-based games with the world.”][link] Reminds me of [Kove][kove]. [link]: http://playfic.com/ “Playfic” [kove]: http://kove.extrafuture.com “Kove”


    [A whack-a-mole game written entirely in CSS/HTML][link]. No Javascript. Chrome/Safari only. [link]: http://jsdo.it/GeckoTang/4rXg “CSS PANIC – jsdo.it – Share JavaScript, HTML5 and CSS”

  • Kids Dungeon Adventure

    My friend Ben Garvey and his daughter Sasha have created a [Floortop RPG for pre-school aged kids][link]. The idea is your kid uses his or her favorite toys as the characters and baddies. You can buy printable monster cards and rule sheets [on his website][link]. [link]: http://kidsdungeonadventure.com/ “Kids Dungeon Adventure”

  • “EPIC WIN”, a New iPhone Todo App

    [Similar to a project I was working on (now cancelled. they so win.), a todo list app with an RPG system tacked on][link]. Feel better about your real-life accomplishments with phony rewards! [link]: http://www.epicwinapp.com/ “EPICWIN”

  • Bill Simmons on Sabermetrics

    [Sabermetrics turns Baseball into a math nerd’s game.][link] I find nothing wrong with that whatsoever. [link]: http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/page2/story?page=simmons/100402 “Bill Simmons: Finally on board the sabermetrics revolution – ESPN”

  • One Book, Many Readings

    [Beautiful, super-detailed love-letter][link] to the mechanics of Choose-Your-Own Adventure books. via [Andy Baio][andy] and [John Gruber][gruber]. [link]: http://samizdat.cc/cyoa/ “cyoa” [andy]: http://waxy.org “Andy Baio” [gruber]: http://daringfireball.net “Daring Fireball”

  • The Secret of Monkey Island: SE released for iPhone

    [Didn’t know this was coming][link], seems a bit overpriced at $7.99, and 350mb of space seems, likewise, excessive. I’m also not entirely sure how the pointing mechanics will work, as a lot of the targets in Monkey Island are quite small. This works great for a mouse-based pointing system, but when your pointer is a…

  • The lying down game

    [“The sport of lying down in random public places to confuse people.”][link] [link]: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=5989617014 “Facebook | The lying down game”