Legitimately quite challenging! Nice work!
Random Acts of Physics
A downloadable "game" for Windows, macOS, and Linux
So, one day, I was like "Hey, I know how to program, I should make a game". Well, see, the thing is, making a game is actually kinda sorta just a little bit hard. So, after far longer than I'm willing to admit, I'm finally ready to present my "results". This "game", which is less of a "game", and more of an abomination bound together by horrible code, wishful thinking, and luck, is now freely available for anyone anywhere to play. What a terrible, terrible world we live in.
Why you should download it:
- It's free!
- Twenty (20) whole levels of content!
- It might, according to some definitions of the word, even count as a "game"!
- It's kinda annoying!
- Up to 1 (one) hour of gameplay, or maybe more if you're bad!
- Download numbers going up make me happy!
- It's free!
But don't just take it from me! See what my playtesters had to say about it:
- "I give up" - Jamie
- "Random Acts of Physics isn’t not a game" - Not Paisley Sears
- "i won't lie it is extremely frustrating at times" - Eman
- "YOu JERk" - Jamie
I'd say I hope you enjoy, but that would be a lie. Suffer, you foolish mortals, suffer!
Just for the record, this is my first game, so it
might probably won't crash terribly on start up (because it's been up for 6 months and no one has sent me a bug report yet) [please send me bug reports, I'm very lonely]. If so, or you encounter any bugs, email me at email@example.com, and I'll see what I can do!