Depot Games: MousePlayhouse
Project Status: Completed
Highest Popularity: #22 during May 2007
Links: Web Site
Developers: Chris DeLeon
Number of Players: 1
Ports: DOS, Windows
Source Code: Available
Author's Description: This is just a very simple demo game produced for programmers new to Allegro. It includes implementation of simplified physics, score keeping, double buffering, an intro screen, ini file reading, and some basic game design concepts in action. The version is only "0.4" because it's meant as an exercise in modifying/completing a simple game into something more complete.
In terms of content, the player uses a robotic arm to shoot hoops, play jacks, and toss a ball at a moving target.
Note: If you leave a review, please think of it as a learning resource made available for beginners, and not as a finished project for entertainment purposes.
Spent 7 months making an experimental web game every day at my old website, http://interactionartist.com. Co-founder of the Game Creation Society at Carnegie Mellon University. Served as either project lead/producer, solo developer, lead designer or lead engineer for more than 40 independent games in the past decade. Helped develop http://playcrafter.com, designed/programmed Topple on iPhone, and currently helping others learn to make their own videogames via http://gamedevlessons.com . (View Profile)