So, I’m writing a game for the first time in about a decade and a half. After scurrying around and looking at development platforms, I’ve settled on C++/SDL. Long-timers will remember that all my previous game development was done in C/Allegro, so there’s a wee bit of a learning curve for me. The ultimate goal
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Gah! I’ve just had a hankering to play Yak Attack and discovered that it runs *horribly* in Windows XP 🙁 This is a Bad Thing(tm). Sadly, the source to the game was lost when we had a housefire and the only way to get it working properly would be to write it again from scratch.
This is the Macintosh port of Andy Noble’s Lunar Jetman remake. It requires OS X. This game is completely free but please don’t cover mount it without permission. Download Here. Incidentally – I’m skint. Please consider making a donation of 5USD using the button below. You don’t have to, but it would help towards bandwidth
This is a Macintosh port of Andy Noble’s magnificent remake of Jetset Willy. This game is completely free, but please don’t cover mount it without permission. Requires OS X. Download Here. Incidentally – I’m skint. Please consider making a donation of 5USD using the button below. You don’t have to, but it would help towards
Manic Miner has been around for a long time and has been available on platforms ranging from the original Sinclair Spectrum to o2 mobiles. Well, I’ve ported Andy Noble’s wonderful remake of Manic Miner to the Mac as well. You’ll need OS X to run this, but it’s ACEBEST. This game is completely free but
Hallo – just a quickie. My Macintosh ports of Andy Noble’s fab remakes are now available here. They should be up on the retrospec site as soon as I get a minute.
I’ve just come across the source code for Linux Lizards on an old ftp site 🙂 For those not in the know (i.e. everyone), Lizards was the first game I ever wrote. The timestamp on the source code says November 10th 1995 – 11 days before my first child was born. The game was charming
Download An unofficial sequel to Attack of the Mutant Camels, Yak Attack has more in common with Dropzone on the C64. Graham Goring was so incredibly shit at this game that I released a special â€œPansy-foo-fooâ€ edition for him. This version is toned down quite a bit (because it was originally really hard). I defy