Posts Tagged ‘MMF2’

Here you can see the video taken from a Pre-Alpha version:

Recommended wacth on full HD to see better all details/effects 😉

The game is still in development and will be released “When it’s done”  but i hope get finished on 2014 for desktop versions and release the mobile (ios/android) and OUYA in the nexts weeks.

 

Nedd more info? check this links:

Official website 

Concept Greenlight

Tigsource Devlog

GameJolt Profile

 

My first Ludum Dare complete :D

Posted by (twitter: @@Parabol83)
Sunday, April 28th, 2013 9:24 pm

That was a bit of a challenge. Didn’t get even close to being able to use the full 48hrs due to an AWESOME TOOL CONCERT, followed by EXCESSIVE DRINKING. That said I’m pretty happy with the result.

Got a timelapse up here : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iTzC4s0W4ys

The game is available here. http://www.ludumdare.com/compo/ludum-dare-26/?action=preview&uid=20671

I tried to do some things I haven’t done before with Multimedia Fusion 2, especially with the lighting model I implemented. It’s not overly technical, but I’m damn happy with the visuals. I wish I had a little more time, then I would have tried my hand at PXTone, since I’m not a musician, it would probably have ended terribly. Need some food/sleep now, and then I wanna get onto voting, just need to work out how that works.

Screen

I’m In!

Posted by
Friday, December 14th, 2012 6:58 pm

My friend and I are going to be doing this with Multimedia Fusion 2. This is his first ham and my second. No pygame for me this time but hopefully a better game than MiniCity

To try, or not to try…

Posted by
Friday, September 16th, 2011 7:27 am

I made this account so me and my friend(s) could maybe compete in next years Ludum Dare Jam, and I just read that there is a mini LD on the 17th. All I know how to do is make crappy games with Multimedia Fusion 2, I was planning on learning more/switching to Python+PyGame by the time of LD next year.

So should we try to make a game for the Mini LD?

I’m in :D

Posted by
Tuesday, August 16th, 2011 8:23 pm

That’s it, I’m gonna try to keep it really simple otherwise I won’t finish it!

Tools: Multimedia Fusion 2, Schism Tracker, Graphics Gale, SFXR, Audacity, etc.

Hackworth’s Last Kick

Posted by
Sunday, April 19th, 2009 1:59 pm

Screenshot of Noyb\'s LD14 Entry

Download (1.4 mb, source MFA included)

Mirror 1

Use the arrow keys to move and jump, and the space bar to kick the ball. Try to keep the ball in the air as the walls close in. Consecutive hits earn points.

Made in Multimedia Fusion 2.

Sound Effects by SFXR.

Music from the public domain MusOpen project: Sergei Rachmaninoff’s “Oh, My Corn Field” performed by Free Tim

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