@blueberrysoft To me 'vessel' suggests a space that's more tempoary, whose contents can change and move about, and lets stuff out and in all the time. 'Container' is more independant, more in dialogue within itself. Maybe it has a lid! Things are more ordered and deliberately placed.
Both are useful structures for thinking about games.
'game is a container'
I like this thought. It's why I got properly into making them. Previous I used the word 'vessel', not sure which I like more, there's a little tension between them both that I like, so not gunna put any effort into preferencing either.
Oh hey, there's a cool-looking Flickgame event this Saturday. Make 16 games
Twitter link to Increpare's original post: https://twitter.com/increpare/status/1005746039809290240
the world could use a spiritual sequel to "immercenary"
I wrote about the response to Steam's blog post yesterday, specifically the hand wringing over what is to be done about asset flipping: https://medium.com/@midboss/how-to-desire-videogames-b359faa5f9bc
Refactoring the ol' website for shites and guygles.
Upside. Better semantic HTML so I can just dump a variety of stylesheets in there and people can pick whichever.
Also doing a docement map / header list 'cause that's the tram I'm on at the moment.
Installed this Firefox add-on called HeadingsMap that gives you one for any page and now I'm annoyed every page doesn't have one already, so—
Also please boost this call out for random doodles/snapshots/whatever to be made into a giant asset pack for flatgames: https://medium.com/p/c416ae30c0c9?source=linkShare-46f71bbd09c1-1528384052
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If 'Total Biscuit' was so great why isn't there a 'Total Biscuit 2'?
This is a nice overview on driving a Kindle e-Ink display
Schematics and firmware are included. There's a fair bit of soldering and wiring involved, but it's a good start. This is definitely going to be useful for my #DIY computer