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Version 1.1 is here !

Posted by (twitter: @ToshiroGB)
Tuesday, August 27th, 2013 2:19 pm

While I helped my brother to translate in french (he is very useless in english), it allowed me to reread what I wrote. And I didn’t count how many grammatical errors there were…

So, I decided to roll up my sleeves up and hunt them ! And after 2 hours, version 1.1 is born ! I also rephrase 2 or 3 sentence and add a “Majin Booan” gif ! Also,¬†Hamumu, a Ludum Dare moderator, have a sex affair… ūüė°

My entry –> Bombed Life

A little question…

Posted by (twitter: @ToshiroGB)
Tuesday, August 27th, 2013 10:07 am

Hi !

I just played my game and I found a lot of mistakes. Am I allow to make a V.1.1 without mistakes and adding change some little details of the game and post it in order to replace the first version ? I ask because it would be considered as cheat, I thought.

Thanks ! :)

Save the world in the toilet !

Posted by (twitter: @ToshiroGB)
Monday, August 26th, 2013 9:09 am

Although I posted my game 10 minutes before ¬†the deadline (in fact, 10 minutes before the submission hour which I had no idea that it existed), I found juste 17 hours later the energy and the motivation to write a post to “announce” and present my game.

In Bombed Life, you’re a baseball fan who wanted to pee and when you enter in the toilet, you found a bomb with 10 seconds remaining. A lot of choice appears to you. Try to survive to this nightmare, and preferably, save thousand of supporters in the same time.

Here is my entry, have fun and say me what you thought of my game please !

 

toilet

Please, need help !

Posted by (twitter: @ToshiroGB)
Saturday, August 24th, 2013 3:30 pm

Hi,

I’m making a Twine game and I’ve a probleme with the print function.
I write :
Congrats, you’re alive ! <<remember $life = $life+”1″>>
You manage to see the end of the game in <<print $life>> try.
And when I build the story, I have :
Congrats, you’re alive !You manage to see the end of the game in¬†undefined1¬†try

And I¬†don’t know why there is “undefined”. Please, help me ! :(

Finally, I began my game !

Posted by (twitter: @ToshiroGB)
Saturday, August 24th, 2013 12:40 pm

In my precedent post, I said that I didn’t know which concept choose between 2. I choose one, work on it during 1 hour, and eventually I decided to stop working on the first concept and started to work on the second one. Yes, I’m undecided.
My game will be a basic interractive fiction, like Choose Your Own Adventure book. The story : a bomb will explose in 10 seconds, choose what to do among a lot of choice ! I think I’ll post a beta test tonight, or tomorrow morning (I’m in France). Here is a screenshot of Twine with some choices, not all !

screenshot_ludum
This post is the begining of my pause. Now, I’ll eat some Youtube videos and take a great and hot shower !

PS : Sorry for my very bad english guys.. :(

This post will unblock me.

Posted by (twitter: @ToshiroGB)
Saturday, August 24th, 2013 7:30 am

I hope.

I’ve a big problem with motivation. I started to brainstorm 20 minutes ago. I have three potential ideas now, but I’m stuck. I don’t know which one to choose.

Ludum Dare, you start very well.

PS : Sorry for your eyes if I made mistakes, I’m not very good in English.

I’m in, I think.

Posted by (twitter: @ToshiroGB)
Friday, August 23rd, 2013 8:22 am

Hi,

In his keynote, David S. Gallant said that everybody could participate to Ludum Dare. So I’m in.
As a french student, my english is very bad, I apologize. And as a french procrastinator, I didn’t learn programming.

“But why do you participate to Ludum Dare french procrastinator ?”

Because I know how to use Twine ! Twine is a tool that allows you to create interactive stories. Yes, like Choose Your Own Adventure Book.
So, for my First Ludum Dare, I’ll use :

  • Twine
  • Word, because most of my game will be text
  • Maybe GraphicsGale or Pyxel Edit¬†because Pixel Art is cool
  • My¬†Dictionary because my English is very bad

I’m in, I think.

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