The Box That Ate Time (2009)
Created in two hours at age 19 for a time travel themed Popovkast. The title alludes to Richard Longhurst and the Box that Ate Time, a game I’ve never played. Mr. Podunkian (who created an excellent game called mak gam in 1 hour for this event) likes this game for some reason.
Tuesday July 12th
FUTURE WARS: 92 Minutes (2009) | Time Weasels (2009)
Two collaborations with Mark Gobbin. FUTURE WARS: 92 Minutes was made at age 18, in 92 minutes. It was a test of whether we could handle Klik of the Month and became the first official release of Team 3000, a group devoted to the creation of games, comics, music, art and writings. Although the Team 3000 website crashed some time ago (taking a lot of its content with it) the group lives on in our hearts and minds.
At age 19 I worked on Time Weasels, a sequel of sorts to FUTURE WARS: 92 Minutes. This time I handled art and sound, while Mark took care of design and programming; a reversal of our roles for the prequel. This was technically my first submission to Klik of the Month, although we failed to finish the game within two hours. A third game in the series called Chrono Digger was planned but never completed.
Sunday July 10th