Today's #gameidea: platformer idea where you are an "ear worm" and have to cross different audio waves of what songs people have stuck in their head. The platforms are always looping and moving, sometimes that chorus just goes on and on again...but you know that this person's taste in music is no longer for you, it's time to find a new home.
Today's #gameidea: you are a miniature person and writing emails to keep your etsy store up and running is hard. Using programmable drones you have to path find the best way to type out your message on the keyboard. Optimize since they have poor battery life. Make sure they don't crash into each other either, these things are expensive! Starting point is left side charging dock, end point is right side charging dock. Every level you switch sides for where you start.
Why does time pass by so quickly? It feels like the days just blur together.
Today's #gameidea: Puzzle platformer with a time travel mechanic. For example you might pick up a seed in one level. Then in another level you have to go back into the past, plant the seed, then flash back to the present/future to reveal a giant flower you can jump/climb. If your strategy doesn't work out, you can always flash back to the past to pick up or move the seed or other objects again.
Been revamping my website and I arranged together the pixel fonts I've done so far while making games
On the bright side, I know 10X more about my car than before since I have to do all the repairs. Fortunately it's not as much damage as I thought so thanks car engineers for designing such a robust structure.
Today's #gameidea: It's Hallows' Eve and running out of time for a costume, you are a bedsheet ghost and run into some real ghosts. They invite you on their haunting, You have to solve platform puzzles with what's laying around so they don't find out you can't actually go through walls...