At the time of this post there’s only one week left, and the project is well on it’s stretch goals by now, but still, here goes.
Click the image above to see the Kickstarter page.
This is what can be considered the definitive version of Pixel Tactics, one of Level 99 Games’ most successful games, which has already spawned a fair number of expansions (3 Standalones, 3 mini expansion packs, not to mention what comes with this specific kickstarter).
So, what’s Pixel Tactics about? Well, clicking the link above will give you plenty of info, but here’s a video below of one of the game’s first reviews, from when Pixel Tactics was still a part of Level 99’s Minigame Library:
OMG! An update!!! I promise, I’ll try to update more frequently, from now on!
So, as we’re aproaching the mythical holiday season, Kickstarter campaigns are in order. And here’s one I’m a part of, Paper Toss, by Endymion Games!
Paper Toss is a pretty simple all-age card game where you play as a newspaper delivery boy, and as you may probably guess, the point is to be the best in the business. Not an easy task, as plenty of obstacles are sure to stand in your way, such as smelly trash cans, smellier dogs, or the even smellier neighbourhood bully! Ever played the good old “Paperboy” videogames, back in the 16-bit era? Did you happen to like ’em? If so, then this game is surely for ye!
So, give it a look, and like I usually say regarding these things, if you can’t back it, at least spread it!
Samples may be edited periodically, some already being work done for people. These are done on A6 paper(around 145x105mm).
Note that I have nearly no theme restrictions. From mascots to mecha, from knights in shiny armors to bowls of oatmeal, it doesn’t matter. I may still refuse your request (something highly offensive, for example), but when in doubt, asking doesn’t hurt. And no, it doesn’t have to be family-friendly (a.k.a. Safe For Work) for me to accept it.
The average price (payed in advance) for these will be US$15 for a simple one and $30 for colored ones. These prices may be adjusted depending on what you want. Cash is handled through Paypal.
Shipping is available for whoever wants the originals, that being an extra of $8, and I can ship worldwide.
Yes, I am posting something in here. Surprised? So am I!
Added a new section, “Games”, to the Content menu, right up there. I’m starting it off with “Last Stand”, a simple space shooter I made a while ago. You can check it out from the menu. Yeah… that bar up there, the one with all the sections, and stuff. Go click it!…
Also, added my Livestream page in that menu, as well. I’m usually around on Wednesdays, between midnight and 6AM ad GMT0. So I guess that technically it’s Thursday. But meh, it’s still Wednesday for americans.
A lil’ something I did to the circle pad pro I got for my 3DS. True, the acessory comes with it’s issues, but I plan on fixing most of them, starting with the blocked cartridge slot. Because I love my 3DS that much. True, it’s not pretty, but it’s functional. I may cover up that hole it left on the bottom end later.
This mod is pretty safe and easy to do, since there’s no wiring on the area that’s been carved off. All you need is:
– a tri-wing screwdriver so you won’t accidentally damage the bottom part, as it doesn’t interfere with the cartrige slot;
– a moderately strong nipper to take out the bigger chunks of plastic. Make sure you take less than what you need for the cartridge to fit!
– an x-acto knife to carve off the remaining plastic;
– and some sandpaper to make it smooth. The grain’s up to you.
Took me around an hour and a half with those tools, and I’m sure you can get more apropriate equipment for this.
And if you hurt yourself (by cutting your fingers or somethin’) don’t blame it on me!
Some of you remember BattleCON: War of Indines, the dueling card game that heavily and intentionally resembles a fighting videogame. It was Level 99 Games’ first big published project… and the same could be said for me, as it was the first big project I did art for.
It’s nice sales and very VERY favorable reviews granted it a sequel. And here it is:
So, what’s so different between this game and the previous? Lemme give a short list:
– Standalone expantion, meaning you don’t need the first game to enjoy this one.
– Completely new set of characters, each with new character-specific mechanics.
– 3v1/4v1 boss characters.
– Single-player/Co-op mode called BattleQuest.
– And a whole lot more.
– All-new promo characters. Including a certain someone you’re sure to know…
So, simply put, it’s bigger, better, faster and stronger. So, if you’re interested… Why the fudge are you still reading this?! Go check out the kickstarter, goddammit!!!
And that’s it. Seeya next time!.. whenever that is.
Whew, I haven’t posted jack in a while. But yeah, better late than never.
Anyway, I’m here to present a project from Level 99 Games, the Minigame Library. As the name implies, it’s a bundle of card/board minigames, two of them being physical card versions of Infinity Dungeon and NOIR with new perks added to their original fun content, but there are 2 new entries, Grimoire Shuffle and Pixel Tactics!
Interested? Hopefully so. This compilation is currently under a Kickstarter campaign, which you can check out clicking here. There’s a neat video from Brad Talton explaining the whole thing, so be sure to check it out.
I gotta be honest… I’m stunned by the campaign’s start. It reached over 20% of the minimum necessary funding in the campaign’s first 3 days. Let’s just hope it keeps up!
And that’s it for now. Be well, and seeya next time!