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A while ago, I made this. Horizontal Shooter.
Fly about, shoot the bad guys, guard the good guys.
A nice enough game, lovely lines all over, but somehow lacking in something extra.

This week.. I added something extra!



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Views 14, Upvotes 3, 16th September, 2008
Release
Game
Protect your life-ships, and destroy the attacking waves
Views 1866, Upvotes 34, 16th September, 2008
Shoot-em-up , Swirly
Blog
A quick update, albeit not a proper one..
If you download this new version of JNKPlat, you can use the inbuilt editor to play around with all the nice new features I've been adding in, lately.
I've not really gotten around to building a bunch of levels, yet, though! So you'll have to wait for that.

I'll be posting a new version next week with some new packs of levels, and maybe even a bunch more new features, too!

Head inside to find the list of new features..
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Views 22, Upvotes 1, 9th September, 2008
Daily Blog
Blog
A sequel/repeat this week, as the Wednesday Workshop #167 asked us to create a game with 2 main characters.
At first I considered doing a Bill and Ted game, but couldn't think of a decent gameplay element other than "Move the blocks".. That'd be a most excellent waste of the characters.
So instead, I resurrected Bibbleman and Bobbleman (7th down this list), and just used them instead.
Still the same game, mind.. So if you're worried that you're missing out on a Bill and Ted game, open up the gfx, replace them with Bill and Ted stuff. .. See.. It's a rubbish Bill and Ted game!


Use Bibbleman and Bobbleman to move the balls into the blocks, and then get going on the next level.
There are 5 whole levels to complete!
Shouldn't take you too long.

You can download Bibbleman and Bobbleman here
Z/X to grab a block, Cursors to move, Spacebar to switch characters.

If you want more Bibbleman and Bobbleman, let me know...
...
So, probably not, then!
Views 9, Upvotes 2, 9th September, 2008
Release
Game
Get the coloured balls to their homes.
Views 1361, Upvotes 4, 9th September, 2008
Puzzle
Blog
A game a week's going to be hard to keep going, so I'd like to have a nice bag of thoughts that I can pop into every now and then when the ideas start dropping off.

If you've a crazy zany game idea, now's your time to get it, if not made, then at least considered ;)

Do keep in mind that "a game a week" pretty much reduces the complexity I can add to these things, so I'll be trying my best to simplify (See Platdude's Retro Collection!) any suggestions that come my way!

Ideas can be DS, or Windows orientated, so get going with your best! (/worst!)
Views 7, Upvotes 1, 6th September, 2008
Daily Blog
Blog
This week's Wednesday Workshop #166 asked for us to create a game that uses lots of Balance.
I couldn't come up with anything!
 
So, instead, here's JNKPlat DS 08.

It's a complete restart of the engine, coded wholly from start, but using the old sprites so as to keep the good old fashioned style of the last one! (Although, had I redrawn the sprites... they'd pretty much have ended up the same, anyway!)
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Views 10, Upvotes 2, 2nd September, 2008
Daily Blog
Game
Guide Platdude through the many varied levels.
Views 2164, Upvotes 44, 2nd September, 2008
Platdude , Platform , Strategy , Puzzle
Blog
I'm not entirely sure who came up with this idea, but it's been roaming around the internet for the past few years.
This week's Wednesday Workshop #165 was to create a game using only one button.
So, Heck, why not!
 
I grabbed the generic Cowbell Hero logo from the net. I'm still not sure who originally designed it, but there it is.
In went Platdude, and a few silly songs, and then a few extra songs from the folk at ModArchive.com, and within just a few days the job was done.
 

 
And now you can play it, and be happy that Guitar Hero's a little more complex than that, and thus well worth the money!
yeay!
 
You can Download Cowbell Hero here.
Views 60, Upvotes 9, 26th August, 2008
Release
Game
Tap, Tap, Tap!!
Views 2171, Upvotes 11, 26th August, 2008
Needs , More , Cowbell , Music
Blog
This week's game will not include Super Online Highscore functions. The way it works makes it impossible to stop people from cheating.
Ho hum..
 
In the meantime, here's a couple of bonus games.
 

Space Loops


This is last week's WW entry. Nice as it is, it now also includes online highscores. Right click on the titlescreen to update them. Type on the titlescreen to change your name.
Sorted!
Now try to beat the highscore!
You can download Space Loops here
 

Spider


Originally, this game was a little example thing that came with Blitz Basic. For Wednesday Workshop 150, we had to take one of the examples, and smarten it up a bit.
Now, 15 weeks later, it's been given online highscores, too!
Yeay!
You can download Spider here.
 
 
And now, to sit and wait for this week's game.
It's a corker ;)
Views 8, Upvotes 1, 24th August, 2008
Daily Blog
Blog
I'm not the type of person who usually does a lot of things! For starters, you'll probably notice that 99% of my games are locked to the refresh rate of your screen. If your screen's higher than 60hz, my games will run all that much faster.
The reason for that is that all my systems are set at 60, and.. to be honest, I tend to forget that other people's aren't!
Whenever a game relies 100% on framerates and specific timings, I'll more than likely bother to sort that out, but usually I'm onto the next game before I even consider it!
 
So, to all those who find my games are too fast, all I can suggest it you try running at 60hz for a change, and put up with the flickering that it brings ;)
 
The otherside of my lazyness is that I usually don't bother to do much more than a single highscore on my games, if at all! It's just so much easier to plonk in a Highscore variable, and leave it be. No complaints, and it does it's job.
Over the past couple of days, however, I've been working on a new online highscore system, over at Socoder.net. This is a nice simple, and importantly an easy to impliment way of getting your highscore variables up onto the net, and retrieving a highscore table for all your minimalist effort!
 
With any luck, should I bother to add the one or two lines it requires, it should mean that all my future games will have little scoreboards attached.
It's not much, but at least it's something.
 
As for what this week will bring, I've not yet decided. The Wednesday Workshop #165 is "Games that require only one button", so if you couple that with highscores, it'd probably be something like the good old Yeti Sports. But like I said, no decision has yet been made. We'll all have to wait and see!
Views 8, Upvotes 1, 21st August, 2008
Daily Blog
Blog
Wednesday Workshop #164 suggested we should make a game using vector graphics. I took this opportunity to remake the fantastic Dos game, Boogaloopers!
 
Move the ship around with your mouse, and trap enemy within it's trail. Nice and simple gameplay-wise, but a complete git to get working code-wise! Not only did I have to figure out the points that the mouse crossed the trail, but then do that whole polygon-shrinking thing, too!
Not easy! And I even accidentally left a little gap at the opening point! (oops!)

Still, that's only a graphical issue, and the game works exactly as expected.
There are 4 enemies of varying speeds, but I've not added pickups, or weapons, or anything like that.
Lazy? Maybe!
If you'd like to see more added, let me know, and I'll see what I can do.
 
In the meantime, you can Download Space Loops, and have a bit of fun!
Views 21, Upvotes 3, 19th August, 2008
Release
Game
Catch all the enemy within your loop.
Views 1523, Upvotes 3, 19th August, 2008
Capture
Blog
This week, Socoder's Wednesday Workshop (#163) challenge was to create a game with Money in it.
I initially was going to create a top-down dungeon romp, but as the plan grew and grew in scale, I scrapped it and just ended up making a nice quick platformer instead!
 

Mr Money Grabber features you rushing through the level collecting all the coins you can.
You have 5 lives, and lose them if you touch the red monsters.
Nice and simple, but quite fast and frantic!
 
You can Download Mr Money Grabber here.
Views 11, Upvotes 1, 12th August, 2008
Release
Game
Grab the coins, and avoid the monsters
Views 1434, Upvotes 5, 12th August, 2008
Theft , Platform
Blog
Wednesday Workshop #162 asked for folk to create a game with a big-ass timer.
My entry was simple.
Open a vault, Grab the loot, Run for your life, Drive to escape, have a gunfight, sorted!
All with a timer in the corner, and all played with the mouse.

 
The game's mostly all Left clicks, but the short driving scene requires you to right click occasionally, too.
 
Download and play The Heist.
Views 13, Upvotes 3, 5th August, 2008
Release
Game
Open the vault, grab the loot, escape, and shoot!
Views 1546, Upvotes 3, 5th August, 2008
Broken , Multiple Games , Minigames
Blog
I tried to keep a blog. It didn't work.
It's no surprise, though. I've never been one to keep a working active blog.
No matter, I'll try something else.
 
Welcome to A Game a Week.com
 
I'm pretty much already producing games at a fast enough pace, what with the Wednesday Workshop and all. So I figured I might as well get a bit of publicity out of it by adding a nice shiny noticeable domain name!
 
Will it work? We'll have to wait and see.
 
Here's the rules of this site.
 
1. When I make a new game, I put it on here.
That goes for Really Really Good games, like Retro Raider, Puzzobomb, JNKPlat, Centipong, Alien Deathmatch, and all the rest.
It also goes for the extremely bizarre games that don't really make much sense! Hey, it's a Game a Week, what do you expect!
 
2. If I don't make a new game within a week, I'll head into my collected archive of gubbins, pluck out a rare specimen, a give it a little shout out. That should at least give you something to play that week!
 
3. If the folk at Socoder make a great game, I'll plop that on here, too. That goes mostly for Workshop entries, but will also count if there's something really good, too.
 
And, I think that's about it.
There won't be posts about what new games are coming out in the shops, or things about new hardware, or other non-related garbage. Although there may be the odd occasional rant, and I'll probably still post "Me in a magazine!!" type things if they ever happen again ;)
 
So, pretty much the same as it ever was, then.
But, hopefully, with a tiny bit more content.
 
I've still got to work out a nice layout, though. .. But it'll do as it is for now.
Views 8, Upvotes 1, 4th August, 2008
Daily Blog
Game
Note : Severe Epilepsy Warning!
Just a plain shoot-em-up in monochrome.
Views 1502, Upvotes 5, 18th July, 2008
Warning , Shoot-em-up
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