Frog Fractions 2 is out there.
I can’t in good conscience point you to it, because if you don’t know what it is, you’re one of the lucky ones who can still be surprised. Maybe you should ask a friend to surprise you when you least expect it.
You could also just google “Frog Fractions 2” and probably find it pretty quickly.
I’ve taken part in the 0-hour game jam for five years in a row now, and I’m pretty proud of each year’s results. Here’s a brag listicle!
- 2011: The Kid and The Kid: Teal Alert, an asymmetrical co-op arena shooter.
- 2012: Frog Infarctions, a nibbles variant with analog movement and bullet dodging.
- 2013: Rubbery Racers, a top-down racer with literal “rubber-band” racing AI.
- 2014: Madden Crusader, in which the word of God directs the Indianapolis Colts to retrieve the holy grail from its resting place in Iran.
- 2015: Pumpkin Carver Pro, in which you too can carve artistically challenging pumpkins with just the press of a button!
A couple months ago I took part in Teacart 1K. It was a game jam in which all entries share the same save format, so you can save in one game and load in another, and it will reinterpret the game state in a hopefully amusing fashion. The organizers put together a pack containing every game with a Windows build, so you can check them out together.
My team made a game called “The Mystery of Skull Island.” It is a dating sim in which you play a UN-functionary trying to seduce a Bond villain. It’s pretty good! If you don’t want to grab the whole pack, you can grab my game a la carte instead.
Here’s something I worked on a while ago but never bothered to write about here until now.
Gunhouse a puzzle orphan rescuer for the Vita and Windows Phone (more platforms coming eventually).
I’ll be taking part in the Indie Games for Good marathon this weekend. It’s a livestreamed indie game marathon for charity.
I’ll be onstream sporadically throughout the event, but notably there is specifically the “Frog Fractions 2 hour” at 10pm Saturday, and at 11pm they’ll be hosting a 3-hour game jam that viewers can participate in.
Hey guys. So I did this livestream thing over Twitch for the FF2 Kickstarter, where I played a bunch of strange or surprising games. I just went and broke that down into the individual games, so if you want to watch me play a weird game maybe you’ll find it on the following list:
Hey, I guess I should post about this. The Frog Fractions 2 Kickstarter now exists, and it’s doing pretty okay! If Frog Fractions 2 is the sort of thing you’d like to see you can go help!
I made Rubbery Racers for 2013’s 0-hour game jam. Rubbery Racers is a game that explores the ramifications of rubber band racing AI.
Play Rubbery Racers!