Have you ever made a computer game?
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On Discord we've been playing with and discussing a new PuzzleScript game that Fiery made. I started thinking: A lot of the Cytherans are geeky, do any of you have any games you could share? I don't think I've ever made anything, myself, so I'll just link whatever I can think of that other people made.
Here's the puzzlescript links I have of Fiery's games:
Mad Queens: https://www.puzzlescript.net/play.html?p=8ba10d6a0a5a0edd640e0b9431858259
Hey you! Stop blocking the laser!: http://www.puzzlescript.net/play.html?p=3df1b85582d3d6fc4f24
A Room for Elephant: https://www.puzzlescript.net/play.html?p=344552b9b5d24d3f5142ca13bd6369e9
Fiery, did you say you've made two other games? Do you have links?
Oh, and Fiery also ported Ares to modern computers, so that's pretty huge: https://arescentral.org/
Another Cytheran-made computer game link that comes to mind is the Ferazel's Wand level-set that Nezmy made many years ago. I'm not sure if he ever completed the world, but what he uploaded can hopefully still be downloaded from the Ferazel's Wand add-on archives: http://www.cytheraguides.com/archives/ambrosia_addons/ferazel/ (Jacks World)
I feel like there must be a lot more games that I'm not thinking of or do not know about. Can anyone help expand the list of Cytheran-made games? Surely there must be some awesome text-based adventures, hypercard stacks, or whatever the kids these days use.
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Here’s the full list:
- Heroes of Sokoban and Other Tales: The Ranger (2014)
- Hey you! Stop blocking the laser! (2018)
- Mad Queens (2020)
- Tour de Four (2020)
- A Room for Elephant (2021)
Note that the first game is a tribute to another game that I didn’t make called Heroes of Sokoban. It has two sequels (Heroes of Sokoban II: Monsters and Heroes of Sokoban III: The Bard and The Druid). Playing the original before the Ranger is recommended. You don’t need to play the sequels, though.
I worked on versions of Pong, Blackjack, and asteroids for an online course some years ago, but I don't know where the code is for those now.