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1  Games Center / 4K Game Competition - 2006 / Re: *** last day to submit entries *** on: 2006-03-03 13:13:41
Nah, better let it go.. Late is late..  Grin Btw, for anyone intrested, the game (Flow4k) source code is available from its website.
2  Games Center / 4K Game Competition - 2006 / Re: *** last day to submit entries *** on: 2006-03-01 19:53:54
Damn, missed..  Cry Was on a long trip and didn't have a chance to submit earlier. Oh well, I submitted the game anyhow as a showcase.. Feel free to include it in the compo (since it has been ready and in that state for a month, no real advantage has been gained).

EDIT: Actually according to the server time & timezone, I made it.. Don't think that counts, but..  Cheesy
3  Games Center / 4K Game Competition - 2006 / Re: Flow 4k on: 2006-01-08 14:45:42
Thanks guys  Smiley

So yeah, the applet is quite math intensive. I'm horrified to think how fast it would run without a JIT. Nothing much can be done about that, sans finding out new algorithms.

There are currently about 6 levels in that preview and no "game ending". It's still a work in progress, mind you. Smiley

And yeah, maybe "drag" was the wrong word, but it was the best I could think up that didn't take much space in the screen (and it gets the user to click and drag the mouse). The idea is to control the air flow. So when you click & drag the mouse, you are actually generating wind currents which the fog travels through.

Gonna keep at it.. Thanks for the feedback (and thanks onyx for the jnlp tip)!
4  Games Center / 4K Game Competition - 2006 / Flow 4k on: 2006-01-07 22:12:37
I found out about this competition through slashdot and I've been having fun coding since.
Putting on the finishing touches for my first 4k java compo game.

Check out the preliminary version here: http://www.xmunkki.org/projects/flow4k/game.html

I hope that applets are accepted and that the .html size is not counted towards the applet size. And the game doesn't have a standalone mode; is that required? (so in essence it runs only as an applet)

I'm probably going to make another game as well since this is so fun  Grin
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