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by hcs at 8:26 PM EDT on April 5, 2016
I made a short little PuzzleScript game: Add Man

edited 8:27 PM EDT April 5, 2016

Major improvements in the sequel: Add Man 2: This Time It's Arithmetical

edited 6:09 PM EDT April 6, 2016
by AnonRunzes at 9:24 PM EDT on April 5, 2016
I'm playing some Wonderswan games. Ah the memories of playing through an emulator...
by hcs at 6:17 AM EDT on April 13, 2016
Trying to work on a time travel puzzle in PuzzleScript, having trouble making good levels though. So over the last day I've ported/cloned a puzzle that goes by Net or NetWalk: Net in PuzzleScript. You rotate tiles to recreate a network tree, one of my favorite puzzles. The whole random puzzle generation thing was interesting to get working, and I did a lot of other crap too to make this a pretty complex example of what you can do in PuzzleScript.
by hcs at 3:42 AM EDT on May 13, 2016
Just finished a cool game, Perspective, about playing a 2D platformer inside the screen of a 3D game, lots of fun ideas. It's also free!

I also just finished finished the story mode of Glitchspace, which I found to be a pretty boring tutorial of a visual programming system, with a handful of good puzzles stretched thin in a lot of empty space, wouldn't recommend. Maybe some fan-made levels will improve it.

I've been making slow progress through Stephen's Sausage Roll, a very tough 3D puzzle game. It shows a lot of restraint in puzzle design, though, so things don't really get tedious, just hard. (Or so it seems so far, I haven't nearly finished it, maybe halfway)

Just ran across a pretty neat PuzzleScript game called Newton's Crates, which adds Newton's cradle mechanics to Sokoban. Interesting but tough levels, I haven't beaten it yet.
by Nisto at 5:24 AM EDT on May 13, 2016
Here's one you might like, hcs: the sequence

It's not available for free afaik, but they say it's worth the 99 cents.
by hcs at 5:41 AM EDT on May 13, 2016
Thanks Nisto, I do have The Sequence already. I didn't finish it, as it tended to get on my nerves.
by AnonRunzes at 9:29 AM EDT on May 14, 2016
Well, I`m playing Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster and... I'll tell you about my experience when I'm finished.
by SmartOne at 11:09 AM EDT on May 14, 2016
What instantly turns me off to "remasters" is audio quality. Audio is always prioritized below graphics. Sequences > streams. Plus they were lazy about the Final Fantasy X arrangement. Great games, though.
by mudlord88 at 6:07 AM EDT on May 15, 2016
Been busy doing demoscene crap, as well as tons of compression stuff.
by dork at 8:47 AM EDT on May 20, 2016
I've been trying to get lossless soundtracks for my favorite games. I honestly prefer game streams over CD rips, for the games I've been ripping they sound a lot better and contain more audio data.

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