About Rabbits... (twitter: @ThePurpleDonut)

I am currently running purpledonutgames.com. Its a free flash game site with full embed code and source code download options in case you want to steal some code...Ludum dare is really the reason why my games actually function properly so I am a big fan...

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Intense Shading

Posted by (twitter: @ThePurpleDonut)
Saturday, April 16th, 2016 11:15 pm

scr

Its a shape, but it is not quite shifting yet.

Its been a while

Posted by (twitter: @ThePurpleDonut)
Wednesday, April 13th, 2016 7:50 pm

I haven’t done one of these in about two years, but it looks like I will be able to make this one.

Tools:

  • Javascript

(going for simplicity)

Lim progress

Posted by (twitter: @ThePurpleDonut)
Saturday, April 26th, 2014 9:03 pm

lim2

Fun so far, 21 hours to go

calling it for the night

Posted by (twitter: @ThePurpleDonut)
Saturday, April 26th, 2014 12:21 am

lim1

all the speech will be in limericks for some reason, what have I done?

I’m in, with too many details..

Posted by (twitter: @ThePurpleDonut)
Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014 10:43 pm

This will be sixth Ludum Dare after having to miss the last one due to scheduling issues. This time I’m back and am continuing the tradition of naming everything that I am using very extensivly.

And my Deskphoto:

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Hardware:

~ Computers:

* Programming Computer:

– Brand: HP

– Model: Pavilion

– Type: Desktop

– Processor: AMD A6 3620

– Graphics Card: Nope (:

– Hard Disk: 1TB (Who needs SSDs anyways)

– RAM: 8GB

– Keyboard: CM QuickFire, Cherry MX blues

– Key layout: Dvorak

– Mouse: Some cheap HP one

– Monitor: nothing special 1600×900

– Operating System: Linux

– Distribution: Archlinux

– Desktop Environment: XFCE

 

* Graphics/Sound Computer:

– Brand: Homemade

– Name: Atticus

– Type: Desktop

– Processor: Intel i3

– Graphics Card: Nope

– Hard Disk: 80 GB

– RAM: 4GB (I think)

– Keyboard: Some Cheap HP one

– Key layout: Dvorak

– Mouse: Some cheap Dell one

– Monitor: 5 dollar one I got that almost works

– Operating System: Linux

– Distribution: Ubuntu Studio (Only Ubuntu variant that is any good)

– Desktop Environment: XFCE

 

* Research Computer:

– Brand: Intel

– Model: Ultrabook

– Type: Laptop

– Processor: Intel i7

– Graphics Card: Integrated bro

– Hard Disk: 140GB

– RAM: 4GB

– Keyboard: Built In

– Key layout: Querty

– Mouse: Touchscreen instead

– Monitor: also connected to TV

– Operating System: Linux

– Distribution: Archlinux

– Desktop Environment: GNOME 3

 

* Other Computer: (I know I have too many of these)

– Brand: Lenovo

– Model: Thinkpad

– Type: Tablet

– Processor: Intel Atom

– Graphics Card: Even more integrated

– Hard Disk: 32GB

– RAM: 2GB

– Keyboard: None

– Key layout: Nope

– Mouse: Touchscreens are better

– Monitor: built in

– Operating System: Windows ):

– Type: 8.0, too lazy to upgrade to 8.1

 

~ other:

– Bamboo Drawing tablet

– Whiteboard (I’ve found to be very helpful)

– M50 Audio Technica Headphones

 

Software:

~ Code:

– Language: Haxe

– Targeting: Flash

– Text editor: Emacs

– Backup text editor: Geany

~ Graphics: GIMP for life

~ Sound: LMMS and whatever else Ubuntu Studio has for me

– Browser: Opera

– Inspiration: Spotify/Grooweshark

– Timelapse: Glapse

Food: Bacon, Popcorn, Pasta, whatever else I can find, and a monster for the last day

And for anyone who is doing this for the first time, don’t worry, its lots of fun.

 

Stuff is happening?

Posted by (twitter: @ThePurpleDonut)
Saturday, August 24th, 2013 1:24 pm
What I have so far

What I have so far

So I guess I have 28 more hours to figure out what this is?

Extended I’m In

Posted by (twitter: @ThePurpleDonut)
Wednesday, August 21st, 2013 4:15 pm

As with last time, I will share everything that will be used and unnecessary details about these things.

Background information:

– This will be my fifth Ludum Dare

– I’m entering the compo (solo) version of this competition.

– Ludum Dare is AMAZING

Deskphoto:

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Desktop:

– Brand: HP

– Model: Pavilion P7-1254

– Color: Black

– USB ports: 6

– Operating System: Archlinux

– Linux kernel version: 3.10.7-1

– Desktop Environment: XFCE

– Hard Drive: 1 Terrorbyte (TB)

– Processor: AMD A6

Laptop:

– Brand: Intel

– Model: Ultrabook

– Operating System: Windows 8

– Color: Silverish-black

– USB ports: 2

– Touchscreen: true;

– Hard drive: 250GB

– Processor: Intel i7

Mouse:

– Type: Cheap, very cheap

– Mousepad: One of those cool ones with the wrist support

– Wired: true;

Keyboard:

– Brand: Cooler Master

– Type: Mechanical

– Keyswitches: Cherry MX Blue

– Wired: true;

Speakers:

– Brand: Logitech

– Nothing else: yes

Headphones:

– Brand: Also Logitech

– Wireless: oh yeah

– Color: blue around the edges

Lamp:

– Brightness: kind of

Software:

– Language: Haxe

– Target Platform: Flash

– Text Editor: Emacs

– Graphics: Gimp Mostly

-Backup Graphics: Paint.net

– Audio Generation: SFXR

– Audio Editing: Audacity

– Timelapse: Glapse

– Browser: Opera

– Inspiration: Spotify

– Distraction: Netflix

Other:

-Penguin

-Extra Keys

-Sticky Notes

Not Pictured:

– Whiteboard

– Graphics Tablet

– Another Lamp

– Monster

– Lots of food

And Thats everything, hope to see you guys there!

An Extended I’m In Post

Posted by (twitter: @ThePurpleDonut)
Sunday, April 21st, 2013 1:23 pm

Hello Everyone,

I am definitely in for my 4th ludum dare and looking forward to participating in the exciting competition. This year I decided to write a very elaborate I’m in post with EVERYTHING that I will use.

To start off here’s my deskphoto:

deskphoto

Desktop:

  • Brand: HP Pavilion
  • Processor: AMD 64 A6
  • Specs: 8GB RAM 1TB Hard Drive
  • OS: Linux
  • Distro: Fedora 18
  • Desktop Environment: KDE
  • Virtual Desktops: 7
  • Wobbly Windows: true

Laptop:

  • Brand: Intel Ultrabook
  • Processor: Intel i7
  • Specs: 6GB RAM ?? Hard Drive
  • Touchscreen: true
  • OS: Windows 8

Software:

  • Language: Haxe/Flash
  • Text Editor: Emacs
  • Graphics: GIMP
  • Sound: Csound/Audacity
  • Browser: Firefox
  • Inspiration Music: Spotify
  • Timelapse: GLapse

Peripherals:

  • Mouse
  • Keyboard
  • Headphones
  • Speakers
  • Bamboo Drawing Tablet
  • Good luck Penguin (see deskphoto)
  • Background Parrot (see deskphoto)
  • Whiteboard

And that is pretty much it. Good luck to everyone and I hope you have a good time making games,

Rabbits…

A first update as to the first hours

Posted by (twitter: @ThePurpleDonut)
Friday, December 14th, 2012 10:34 pm

Loving the theme so far and have a good idea!

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A last second I’m in post

Posted by (twitter: @ThePurpleDonut)
Friday, December 14th, 2012 6:44 pm

I have been very busy lately and almost forgot Ludum Dare! I got home ten minutes ago and have made up my mind to do this. My third Ludum Dare thus far and I think that all the themes are great. To mix it up I will be utilizing my biggest weakness, Sounds, to be the cornerstone of my my game because I will learn a lot more about this subject…

Tools-

IDE: FlashDevelop

Language: AS3 (for the win)…

Library: FlashPunk

Graphics: Pyxel edit or paint.net

Sound: Musescore (found it to be very good)…

Fifteen minutes left and getting ready, Good luck to you all!

 

A small idea about the ratings

Posted by (twitter: @ThePurpleDonut)
Sunday, December 9th, 2012 12:55 pm

Don’t run away yet! I know that the ratings system has been analyzed by many people and want the underlying system to change, but I just think we should change a small part. I have done two Ludum Dares previously and look forward to this one, except it always makes me mad when people don’t comment on your game after rating it. To make Ludum dare more of a learning experience I believe that to leave a rating, you should have to leave a comment. This would allow us to know any strange outcomes on even more platforms and have a greater idea of how the general public would think about this game. This would also block against people that would just post low scores and not play the games either to advance themselves in the leaderboard, or just get a lot of ‘coolness’. An example of this system is the website codeproject.com where you must leave a comment when you rate an article a 3 or lower. This is just my ramble of this Ludum Dare, but I hope someone else feels the same way.

End of day 1/2 the game is ‘evolving’…

Posted by (twitter: @ThePurpleDonut)
Friday, August 24th, 2012 11:43 pm

My game so far...

Art is comin along nicely and my code hasn’t completely exploded anything yet so i consider this a success so far…Goodnight for now Ludum Dare!

I’m In, With friends!

Posted by (twitter: @ThePurpleDonut)
Tuesday, August 7th, 2012 1:25 pm

This time around i will be participating in the Jam compo with three other people. Not too sure what tools there using but I do know that AS3 and flashpunk will be used and they will be amazing! (I’m doing code)…This is the first game jam im doing with Ubuntu Linux as my operating system and I think it will be the most successful…Overall i cant wait and am ready to go!!!

Is it really about the voting?

Posted by (twitter: @ThePurpleDonut)
Tuesday, July 31st, 2012 11:41 am

I haven’t been a Ludum Dare’r for very long but what I have noticed is that the point of this isn’t winning. Ludum dare is an excuse to make a game for two days straight. Its a way to bring all Indie game makers together. Its a reason to try new tools and work different ways. I think of the rating system as a reason to play all the games people have put time into to create. There will be a winner, and it must be fun to be that winner, but thats not the only reason you should enter. So to sum up, Lets make a game, a fun game this Ludum Dare, because we can and because we should. The ratings are what they are, but the game you make will always be yours…

My Moose, Its done!

Posted by (twitter: @ThePurpleDonut)
Saturday, June 23rd, 2012 10:12 pm

It only took five days longer than the competition ran for, but now Mars Moose is done…with particle effects and all that fun stuff…Please feel free to PLAY it or DOWNLOAD the source code (FlashPunk). As always i can’t wait till the next ludum dare…Its coming up!!

Feeling inspired…Need Feedback…

Posted by (twitter: @ThePurpleDonut)
Thursday, June 21st, 2012 8:01 pm

I just finished watching “Indie Game, The movie”, and felt like Doing something new…I really enjoyed the movie and think that anyone who has been to this website should see it…Maybe its the monster that I had but I kinda want to make a big project too.  It seems like alot of work compared to what i do now (work on something till i get bored then pretend its done), but it looks to be much more rewarding.

SO…Im really looking to see if someone thinks that this is a reasonable quest and if so what should i make and if so would you actually download this… (Im thinking along the lines of a new version of puzzle game, i like those)… If you actually read my entire rant about this I thank you very much…

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