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Game Making Tools @gamemakingtools@mastodon.social

tired: programming
wired: amateurgramming

Game that procedurally generates arcane machinery and then procedurally breaks it and you have to reassemble it and it's like Myst but replayable

itchio people: is it possible to release a project on that site and have profits split evenly among members of the team who worked on it, rather one sum going to whoever runs the uploading account?

Slow software is a diversity issue. If your software only works on new, high end macbook laptops, then the poor can't run your software.

Oh gosh, Ian just added a webcam brush to Vertex Meadows. Check out the Eyes example on the website:

mastodon.social/media/1RZizRzp

vertexmeadow.xyz/

Been finding plenty of new tools lately, but mostly just adding little bits like links to the wiki.

I think I finished the wiki theme!

Some parts feel a bit hacky :( but I'm glad to get that off the to-do list. Mobile version next, I guess.

Themeing things like this always leaves me confused re why they complicate their CSS so much.

Also finally got stuck into the messy world of mediawiki themeing today (and fixing some other things in LocalSettings.php) Mostly just been doing little changes recently.

Awwwww. My fave nice videogame bar gallery thing is turning 1, and they're doing a jam to celebrate + showing the entries on the night: itch.io/jam/beersk mastodon.social/media/61qbJdCU

Just a reminder of what the best cover of a programming book is, specifically a Japanese book on the Zilog Z80 and Motorola 6809.
witches.town/media/mA7x2KhqvP7

Geepers, look at this pretty thing made it Game-Maker. Really pushing it D: (Twitter link) twitter.com/suckyrmom/status/8

The Tusky notification icon looks like ballsack.

Or is it just called PAINT.EXE? Probably, right? At least I wrote 'jame' right.

Hi Mastodon, I started a podcast about shareware / freeware / homebrew game history! First episode is out now! fringe.games/

This is a terrible idea, right?

Host a Masto instance on my regular computer (Arch Linux).

The federatedness means it's okay to only be up sometimes, but very bad for security right? And a bit silly to tie up computer resources?

If you want to use the Life Simulator Engine I'd appreciate you filling this out goo.gl/forms/SMURx0l63tv9IdMG2

(boosts ok)