Deciding what game to develop next!

For my next game I’ve decided to let my adoring fan(s) decide. I’ll be taking one of my prototypes / unfinished games and developing it into a game that can be released and sold on IndieCity. The proceeds of any game sales will go to charity (specifically Sick Kids Save Point). There’s no Kickstarter as I have the software required, its all done in my spare time and I’ll use the same free resources for audio. However if you have some spare cash, why not donate? I’ve a Just Giving page for my game dev and the game marathons that I’ll be doing later this year!

Over the coming week I will be writing up blogs outlining where I see each game going, background and what I like about them etc.

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The first game will be started on approximately 11th July. I’ll also look to make a second before the end of September, although the selection for that will also factor in the techniques I want to learn.

BODMASter

Mathematical puzzle dame designed to test your noggin’
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HexStackIt 2D

Stack up coloured hexagons, gambling your points.
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I Protest

“Imagine a game in which you have to join protests to make changes to the rules within the game’s world.”

Unfinished Molydeux game
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Invertical

Platform game where you invert your colour to collide with platforms.
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Paint It Jack

Collect paint and colour the world.
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Squeebles

Non-stop platformer requiring timing and quick thinking.
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Taxi Rivals

Example of a board game idea.
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X-Orbtek

Race to collect orbs, dodging enemies.
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