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Wednesday, April 03, 2013

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Graham Mills

I shall, indeed, be writing a game of sorts this weekend and, as it happens, I'm using the somewhat minimalistic Twine. Given the legacy nature of the platform it's maybe worth mentioning the stir it made at GDC this year:

http://www.gamasutra.com/view/news/189558/IGF_winner_Hofmeier_pays_it_forward_for_Porpentines_Howling_Dogs.php

Of course, it is highly extensible so the legacy thing is not a big deal.

Twinehub at http://twinehub.weebly.com/# also has some helpful links, including one to a resource collection assembled by Porpentine herself.

I'm also looking forward to trying the Lab's Versu when it makes it to Android -- which hopefully should be soon.

Neddings

If you want a real challenge after you did this one, go and have a look at the Ludum Dare website, http://www.ludumdare.com/compo/ , which will take the last weekend of April again.

I always love to make a game based on the theme they pick.

KION

HI THIS IS GAME IS ABOUT FIGTING

w88hcm

Great article

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