Posts Tagged ‘PuzzleScript’

Freeware Garden: Middlegrounds

By Konstantinos Dimopoulos on October 13th, 2014.

What a whimsical, whimsical world...

So, I’ve got the keys, the sword and the axe. I know that the goat-like things enjoy talking to adventurers and giving out cryptic hints. I’m also aware of the fact that the black, bipedal beasties are mesmerized by flames and can’t pass through those golden fire hydrant things that go ding. Or is it a whole group of terrains they treat as impassable? Who cares? As long as they don’t surround me, thus forcing a restart, or follow me in conga line from hell, all is fine and I’m free to keep exploring the Middlegrounds.

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Solve Free Puzzle Games With Flying Kicks And Shoving

By Graham Smith on November 14th, 2013.

A swift kick to your productivity at work.

PuzzleScript is Stephen Lavelle’s simple, entry-level tool for making puzzle games. Ending is Aaron Steed’s free (on PC) puzzle game about surviving and destroying a world of shoving, crushing traps. It’s the best puzzle game I’ve played this year and Adam liked it too.

When Aaron Steed and PuzzleScript combine, you get Shoving and Flying Kick, two free PuzzleScript games that will eat your day.
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PuzzleScript Is A Simple Language For Making Puzzle Games

By Graham Smith on October 14th, 2013.

This is like my job before I started writing here.

When I spoke to Stephen “increpare” Lavelle last month, the creator of brainy puzzle game English Country Tune described his oeuvre as “pushing stuff around” games. That’s a good genre! It’s in my top ten, alongside “making people fall down” games, “staying inside the lines” games and “steering balls into holes” games.

Now increpare has expanded his work in the field by releasing PuzzleScript, an open-source puzzle game engine that makes it easy to create “pushing stuff around” games and all manner of other puzzles. It’s easy enough that successful indie designers like Terry Cavanagh and Bennett Foddy can make games in it in between the hundreds of other games they’re producing in any given second.

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