Can you hear that sound? Whats making it? You are at an army base. Defend your base and find the source.
Install from Chrome Web Store.
- End of Thread Three. End of Pattern. Acknowledge.
A… Acknowledge. End of pattern.
- Stand by to initiate pattern recall.
Go for pattern recall.
The media stream above was compiled to stimulate your creativity. This post serves as an outline of the different gamification related topics to be discussed in more detail during the upcoming months.
In this chapter we will teach you the basics of WebGL and GLSL programming. Already today, WebGL is supported on Chrome for Windows, Chrome OS and Android. We will also introduce you to the most popular physics and rendering libraries while analysing and reviewing some of the most interesting WebGL examples available online. There will be a huge market for WebGL developers and we will help you to be part of it.
- CSS 3D
In this chapter we shall start teaching you the the basics – the affine matrix transformation. From the previous chapter you will already know about GLSL shaders which will prove also to be useful in CSS context used as filters.
- Flash Stage3D
In this chapter we will explore the possibilities exposed for Flash Player and AIR for Mobiles. We will focus on GPU and have a look at the most popular rendering and physics libraries.
But WAIT there is MORE!
It’s not only the technology that will get you there. You also need to learn about gamification.
[...] Every so often, GIR will display brief instances of complete functionality.
let evil GIR live in your phone! Victoryyy!
For the fans of Invader Zim, who want more episodes! - http://zim.wikia.com/wiki/GIR
[...] about how we pitched his voice up to get the GIR voice and that his real voice is deeper and less robotic than their beloved green horror…
A remix of inception and tron, yet really awesome!
[...] As a shadowy third party, your goal is to goad both factions into mutually assured destruction
[...] It’s going to be a great expierience to be in a room of full of people who are great in this game! via Eric
See also: WebGL Tetris by Philliph
See also: Doom: Fall of mars
Team Coordination Game
The Zod Engine is a multiplayer oriented game where as Z is a single player oriented game.
Their forums also have the original manual and additional maps…
See also: CorsixTH, OpenTH, OpenRA, FreeCNC
I only wish I remembered where I saw all the maps of Command & Conquer…
Here are the maps: Tiberian Dawn Maps; CommandConquerTiberianDawn; Z1
[...] The Dawn of the Tiberium Age is a stand-alone Tiberian Sun to Tiberian Dawn (C&C 95/Gold) total conversion and it was my intention to make it both look and play as similar to Tiberian Dawn as possible, while taking advantage of Tiberian Sun features (these include skirmish, multiplayer support, drag-scrolling, high resolutions, customizable keyboard short keys and many others).
Could QR Code embed animation within it’s limit of 2,953 bytes?
The current version of Barcode Scanner for Android scanner does not work with the data URI.
See also: Everything a Marketer Should Known About QR Codes by Drew
While searching for the answer I did find an awesome QR-Code bots visualization.
As we already are into blocks I here is a game which applies some cool affine transforms on its isometric world.
In the game the player can rotate the world in 3D just like in Fez. On my Samsung Galaxy S the game is somewhat slow tho.
- When will this game concept be ported to WebGL or Molehill?
- Will an affine transform tetris emerge?
- With affine transforms could Minecraft be transformed into a Minecraft 2D – a digging game like Gem Miner for Android?
- When will Fez run on Android?
More animated gifs
PS. For a while I have been downloading such cool animations via Google Reader. Yet it took me a while to find the real source feeds for them.
Tim from IndieGames has intruduced yet another awesome puzzler “Transmover New Generation” to kill time with.
While playing this new game the following games and ideas game into mind:
- Could we apply multplayer on such games?
- Could we apply automatic replays on such games?
Remember, as Chris has observed, there may be a rather big market just for observers, who like to watch others playing.
See also: ASCIIpOrtal
See also: Cursor*10
See also: Lightbot
See also: Chronotron
See also: Star guard
See also: Evacuation
See also: Powercursor
Chris from Player.IO has published some numbers (see video) on his recent success game Everybody Edits.
250 000 registered users
Average session time 35 min
Total income 39613 USD
Recipe for success:
- Build a community
- Constant development and updates
- Identity and persistence
- What sells
- Create admins and moderators for
- graphics and videos
- forum and wiki
- web development