Ievory11 wrote:Ooh, can I try the game?
LichLord wrote:Hmm I wanna give it a try as well
LichLord wrote:Sweet! I got a better highscore than the gamemaker then haha.
LichLord wrote:The game is really cute, I would love to do something similar in the future(as in develop a game just for her), its a really cute and personalized gift.
delebru wrote:i wanna try it!!!
LichLord wrote:Awesome!, passing 129 was hard enough so I'll stay happy with my second place by just one second, unless my pride hits me up randomly and motivate me to try again haha, for now the highscore is yours.
Julian wrote:Haha, yay! ^^
Of course I could just change the game's code at my computer and get a perfect 150 seconds left if I wanted to x3 But trust me, I won't do so, even if you beat me again C:
delebru wrote:Julian wrote:delebru wrote:i suck at this game xD
What's your best score so far?
my best and worse yes 45
awietheplayer wrote:You Should Make A Little Company And Team Up With Ironhide
awietheplayer wrote:If You Make A Company Can I Join
Julian wrote:I started working on a new game yesterday, called 'Soil'. It is a science-fiction
'miner game' (like Motherload and Miner Disturbance... not sure if anyone has played
those games), set at an uncolonized alien planet, in the not too distant future.
You play as a novice geologist, who has to examine the soil of the planet to see if
there are any valuables hidden beneath the planet surface. You do not only have to
find rare ores and gems... you also have to use those materials to build an underground
laboratory, transport mechanisms... and you might even need protective stuctures...
(random note, I made him look a bit like me :3)
Here you can see our geologist in a test room. He is carrying a multifunctional laser
cannon on his back, used for melting away the soil around him, for protecting himself
and for building stuff. Will you find the ultimate, horrifying truth about the planet? ^^
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