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Finished! Timelapse Video

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Sunday, April 28th, 2013 11:46 am

A sigh of relief! I’ve completed my title “Dungeoneer” and created a timelapse video to boot. Beware spoilers if you are going to watch it before playing!

Play it now.

Check out the description over on the entry page and leave some comments.

Time-lapse video.


A Dare, a Ludum Dare

Posted by (twitter: @protensity)
Friday, April 26th, 2013 10:10 am

I’ve skipped the last few Dares, but I think I’ll be in for this one this go-around.

Potential Tools and Frameworks:
– jQuery
– CSS3
– Twine
– Phonegap
– Python w/ pygame
– Audacity
– RPG Maker VX
– Paper, Pen, Pencils, blank playing cards

We’ll just see where the theme takes me :)

I’ll also try to put up a livestream and do a post-submission time-lapse video (or two or three) like I did for the last Dare I was a part of. Good luck everyone.

Entry submitted! Now with time-lapse!

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Sunday, December 18th, 2011 3:03 pm

It has been a really interesting weekend for sure.  Thankfully, I made the deadline and got an entry submitted.  “The Library of Madness” is a little roguelike prototype done in Python with pygame.  It may not be much, but it was a lot of fun to work on!

Perhaps even more fun than the coding is watching the time-lapse videos of all the screenshots compiled over the 48 hour competition.  I threw some music in and it’s a blast to watch everything happen so fast after so many hours.  Thanks to all those that dropped by the livestream and said hello!

You can check out all my time-lapse videos here or click the youtube links below.

Day 1 Time-lapse

Day 2 Time-lapse

Day 3 Time-lapse

Let’s Do This

Posted by (twitter: @protensity)
Wednesday, December 14th, 2011 7:37 pm

I’m in for a project this year.

Weapon of choice: Python 2.7 with Pygame

Other armaments: I typically use MilkyTracker for sound effects and other music, but if I get far enough into it to need better sound I may take a look at some other free tools.

Other Resources: I’ll probably leverage a free, open-source font to keep my text sharp and clean.  I haven’t decided on a font yet, but Google Web Fonts have been good choices in the past and are a likely candidate for this project.

Good luck to everyone!

Edit: I may also livestream some during the event.  You can check that out here.

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