A brand new game
for Windows, Linux, Mac, HTML5, 3DS Homebrew and more
29th January, 2013
9th December, 2009
Every Tuesday morning, 10:30 GMT (or thereabouts, later if I sleep in!) I post a brand new game, right here on the site.
Each game is 100% coded by me, Jayenkai.
95% of the graphics are done by me (with rare dips into the Google Image archive when I'm absolutely dry) and 95% of the audio is also done by me (with rare dips into the Aminet archive, or Kevin MacLeod's collection for the odd bit of music when I'm not in a composing mood!)
If you'd like to read more about what tools I use, click here.
Over the many years that I've been doing this, there's been an extremely varied selection of games, from absolute gems, to complete stinkers, but each and every week there's something new, and if you're happy to try new things, then you might stumble upon a few games that you'll grow to love.
As well as a lot of games, I also create Music and am currently attempting to draw a Platdude based Pixelart every single day.
There's even daily blog posts to keep you informed about background inanities that happen in my life.
So much stuff!
Stick around, and enjoy the ride.
Be aware that if you email me, you'll generally get a long rambling reply.
I tend to waffle in my emails.
If you'd prefer I keep things short, use Twitter instead!
Donate to AGameAWeekIf you'd like to contribute to the lifestyle of someone who makes a great number of freeware games, there are a variety of methods to do so.
Feel free to donate anything you feel comfortable with. Every little helps
6th August, 2019
6th August, 2013
5th August, 2019
21st August, 2019
Managed to draw the donkey quite well, yesterday, after which the simplicity of the game fell into place.
Release on Petit Switch, late tomorrow.
17th August, 2019
22nd August, 2019
Latest Game : 22nd August 2019 : Donkey Wrong
Petit Computer 4, SmileBasic for Nintendo Switch, was released on 23rd of May, 2019 in the Japanese eShop.
If you'd like to give it a try, I've written this vague guide to get you started with getting the Japanese edition onto your none-Japanese Switch, as well as these additional blog posts.
I've also made the following downloads for the language.
I'll aim to post a new game every Friday, so watch out for them!
20th August, 2019
I woke up in the middle of the night, thirsty, so grabbed the big glass of Tango from my bedside cabinet (an old PC tower!) and gulped it down in record time, before falling back to sleep again.
27th August, 2013
18th December, 2018
You can Download Lazy Man's 3DS Theme Generator here, but you'll need a couple more utilities on your system to make full use of it.
To edit 3DS Homebrew Themes, you'll need a decent editor. I use the editor "Usagi"
You can download that here
For reference, the version I use is v188.8.131.52 - I'm not sure if there are other (better or worse) editors available, as I found this one and was comfortable using it.