Sorry about the lack of updates this month. As I mentioned, I’ve been working on a bunch of games lately; Fist’s Elimination Tower is coming soon, I had to put a prototype together for a statewide game dev challenge, and this weekend, I took part in two game jams…
…I mean, I made one game that combined both themes, but that doesn’t sound as impressive. Ludum Dare 38‘s theme was “a small world”, and our local BGSjam9‘s theme was “single button input”, so I made a game about the technology that made the world smaller through the pressing of a single button – the telegraph!
The game’s called Go Morse Go!, you and up to 3 friends play as a squad of cheerleading bunnies connected via telegraph. Download it for free here!
I’ve made some changes to the Beeserker Patreon. While the $1 tier won’t receive new wallpapers every month, they’ll get access to all the couple dozen existing ones, as well as exclusive demos to some of the games I’ve been working on. The first of these games is That Slow Crab to the Coffee Machine.
It’s a puzzle platformer wherein you play as the titular slow crab, making its way to coffee machines in each level by stacking sugar cubes and spilling various liquids out of its mug/shell, and if you’re a $1+ patron, you can download the demo right here, right now.
In other news, Fist’s Elimination Tower has been accepted into MAGFest‘s Indie Videogame Showcase. Chapter 14 will probably begin after this, as I’ll be busy over the course of the next few weeks getting this demo together. I’ll probably make some updates to the comic in the meantime, however, mostly since I don’t want to leave such a big spoiler right on top of the main page for a month.