first game i ever made was a pong clone in QuickBasic 4.5. im actually very proud of the computer ai i put into that game. the presentation is lackluster and the coding is rediculous so its pretty unplayable.
second game is in the downloads section. picture puzzler.
and a bunch of unfinished engines/games in QB.
i dont know why but i keep getting drawn back to QB. the simplicity of the language yet the power it contains is awesome. too bad microst f***ed that up by removing support for a lot of console stuff in vista. mode 13h anyone?
first clickteam software made game was infestation. in my oldgamespack in the downloads. it also includes most of all my early crap work.
its funny to look back and see where you started and know where you are and the difference in skill quality that you have acquired.
18th January, 2009 at 21:45:15 -
The first game i ever made was called Knytt Stories. But it was crap so i never released it.
It used library graphics and a fluro green background, and you were an alien with 8 directional movement. And there was a meteor and an apple bouncing around the frame, and if you touched the metoer you lost a life and if you touched the apple you gained 5 points.
Niceness. Also it seems that that Jonerick kid has been banned. Probably just a stupid teen with nothing better to do but waste his time on the internet.
I confess too, I've been using pre-fab until I got constructive critism.
I'm a bit embarrassed to say that I've never finished a game in my life.
I have about a million different games saved, but none are actually finished.
I guess the first "game" I ever made was lost in my external HD when it decided
to die on me. It was about this kid who was suppose to save his friends after they had been kidnapped by an evil nerd named Harvey. Yeah... it wasn't the best plot line eva', but that was when I was 12 or sumthin'...
first game?... MrPineapple! and then having no imagination once i got onto the internet i used my game's name as my alias. i suppose now ive become the character, heh.
oh the game? it was a platformer that i made and installed on the network at school primarily to annoy the administration team. back when windows 98 was king and you could get onto the server harddrive through internet explorer
Weird similarities. I adopted my character's name, and people in class played my first game.
Codemonkey, you're thinking of the typing program I made for Info Tech. I didn't try to get into the school's network (though it wouldn't have been hard, it was 98 ) because they went in for me. I wonder if they still use that program...