The fediverse is impressively hungry for anti-harassment tools!

The other day, I released t5.codesections.com/ —a tool to learn who you favorite most. It's a fun tool and spread widely with 30 boosts.

Yesterday, I released mastodon-de-mob.codesections.c As an anti-harassment tool you only use when being actively mobbed, I thought it would be of niche interest.

But instead, it's been boosted nearly 100 times(!), and is still going strong.

@Gargron this might tell you what features people want

Did you know that cats are essentially the opposite of CSS? They self-center within any container.

Changed some textures around in an old game of mine I'm updating for debugging reasons and I must say, I love the new look.

Last year, I got Unreal Tournament '99 and Unrealty running in web browsers. I would love to see more Unreal Engine 1 games on the web. Do you work for a company that owns a UE1 title? Hit me up.

UT99: icculus.org/ut99-emscripten/

Unrealty: unrealty.net/

Technical details on all this: unrealty.net/icculus-emscripte

Accidentally deleted all the e-mails in one of my mail accounts. A part of me is shocked while another part is relieved, for I have reached the ultimate inbox zero.

Recommendation: if you’re buying tickets to Iceland from Wow Air, make sure to buy them using a credit card so you can get a refund if they go under.

(Wow Air is losing money, has limited cash reserves and no assets, and are racing to raise funds before they run out.)

I had forgotten how A E S T H E T I C the good old MacOS 9 wallpapers looked.

“GitHub - felixrieseberg/windows95: 💩🚀 Windows 95 in Electron. Runs on macOS, Linux, and Windows.”

This is kind of amazing. github.com/felixrieseberg/wind

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Fun Fact, Grinding Gear Games' Path of Exile seems to work flawlessly under Valve's Proton (Steam Play) on Linux.

Still sane exile?

PS: The last battery is brand new, and has only gone through one charge cycle

My Thinkpad T420i decided to die on me. It has eaten through 3 batteries (official) and the last two charge, and report 100% charge and everything A-OK, but if I disconnect the power cable the computer dies. Does anyone have any idea what might be the issue here?

PSA: If any s are traveling around north iceland you are more than welcome to drop by and visit me at @kollafoss Game Farm for a cup of coffee and some gamedev chat.

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when you're a little chubby but you still fuck with black metal

I tried Bauxitedev's entry for today and wow, it's amazing!

So much detail, gorgeous artwork, SFX and gameplay packed in a 64x64 px jam game. I long for an extended version :)

bauxite.itch.io/meteorite

Playable on Linux, macOS and Windows, made with .

mastodon meta (~); building social media that better serves its users Show more

Running the same level in Marathon actually allows the player to squeeze a little bit further into that gap but it makes movement really glitchy so that's most likely down to a bug in Marathon. Also, fun little fact, the player sprite is actually larger than the collision shape.

I had some trouble attaching the gif to this post so I'll just link to the tweet. Sorry about that. twitter.com/johannesgunnar/sta

Testing out the player sizes in a test level in Godot. Here you can see the player fitting inside a 0.5 unit wide gap, and under a ceiling 0.8 units from the floor.

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