I ran across this game on the front page of Newgrounds and I can’t beat it, even after trying about a hundred times (at least it feels like it)! I got to the spaceship once, but that seemed like a miracle and the time ran out right as I clicked it…
If anyone beats it let me know, haha!
In other news, my latest game is done (that Ether War style TD I hinted at), so you can expect it any day now!
I haven’t worked on this for a while, but about a week ago I sketched in a bit of a background. I feel like the picture needs more yellow so I think maybe I’ll add some lime colored seaweed. Or maybe some limes… That’d be cool! :D
The color of the water is a bit ridiculous, too, so I see glazing in its future…also lots of foamy spray. The shell might be my next target though, now that I have a setting to react to.
AHH! My internet has been out in my apartment for nearly 2 weeks! I’m reduced to begging for internet on the street! Right now I’m on campus at my old school catching up on emails. I had 37 LOL! Luckily over half of them were forwards and advertising so I got through it pretty quick.
Actually, it’s funny, but I haven’t missed the internet half as much as I thought I would. The first few days felt a little disorienting; I kept turning my computer on and staring at the screen wondering what I was supposed to do with it, but after that I just stopped turning it on and I went for long walks or read, or worked on my painting. (It’s getting pretty good! I have most of the background roughed in. I’ll post a picture the next time I make a trip to school.)
I also worked on my next game a bunch, it should be done pretty soon which is exciting. It’s the next game in my ether series, a tower defense made in the old-school Warcraft III style like I used to play in highschool. Casual gaming has made it all so arcadish, I want to recapture that old “WE’RE ALL GONNA DIE!” feeling, haha. Of course, that’s kinda what the whole series is about, so it fits.
Anyhoo, everyone pray to the broadband gods to restore my internet! It’s been a nice retreat, and I think I’ll use my internet time more wisely in the future, but actually having the internet is nicer than being without it.