Posts Tagged ‘justin smith’

The QWOPlympics: Realistic Summer Sports Simulator

By Nathan Grayson on October 4th, 2012.

Did you mouse over the mouse pointer to see if the sizes matched? Did I just read your mind?

Here is an intensely silly thing. I imagine you’re aware of QWOP, the purposefully-impossible-to-control runner with its eyes on the prize and/or ground. Meanwhile, I’m relatively certain – given that you are presumably a resident of planet earth – that you know of the Olympics, that big throwy, runny, leapy, swimmy thing we humans do every couple years in an attempt to stave off the ever-looming threat of Zeus’ wrath. Well, Enviro-Bear developer Justin Smith has more or less combined them to form Realistic Summer Sports Simulator. It’s not a particularly “good” game in the traditional sense, but it tickled funny bones I never even knew I had.

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IGF Factor 2010: Enviro-Bear 2010

By Kieron Gillen on March 2nd, 2010.

It is, quite simply, the best Bear-based driving sim of all time. It’s picked up a Nuovo nomination in this year’s IGF. It’s time to meet up with Justin Smith and give him a great big Bear hug…
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