I think i've reached the pinnacle of my game development career. I just named a function BoobSpawner()

And now I'm announcing the second and final project I'm starting today: "Memex", a new and hopefully more hackable, less crackable browser engine.

It won't support JavaScript, and instead try out some alternative ideas that aren't Turing Complete. Because I want to show The Web can be better that way.

I'll only be able to implement the absolute basics of Memex, so if any of you want it to actually be something please, please contribute!

git.sr.ht/~alcinnz/memex

@vfrmedia @baldur can confirm. 90 is the maximum speed limit and for a very good reason. This is also made relatively clear both on road signs and also in information booklets from car rentals I would guess.

I do love washed out white on white colours but for the latest incarnation of my game Susannah I decided to at least look into some more monochromatic colour schemes.

I think I am on to something with this... Is this the new look? (warning: flashing images)

A comparison between the original and the upcoming update to my 2009 game Susannah.

The most excellent and lamentable tragedy of Flat UI Design, in two acts.

The redesign of Susannah's second level is coming along nicely.

...and to add to that, what's more important even is that the programs you use to launch games need controller support. When I sit down with my controller and want to play a game I don't want to have to go get my excel input device.

PC Games really need better controller support overall. I hate playing games on an Excel input device. :/ (I have nothing against the mouse though)

@frankiezafe Love that program. Although man does the Baobab name bug me. haha!

It doesn't really pay very well, but oh boy do I love my job.

The first level of an upcoming update to my first ever video game, Susannah. Originally released in 2009.

While working on updating my first ever finished video game I happened upon a nice looking glitch where untextured sides pulled random bits out of the screen buffer. That mixed with my OS theme and wallpapers made up some really T H I C C A E S T H E T I C S

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