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-- My week was more booked than expected and didn't had a lot of time working on this project, I hope to finish the principle of it before the deadline. At least, there is no music and fancy graphics, but the first part of this mini game is done! --

Welcome new researcher, and welcome to the CERP, as you already now, the CERP stand for "Centre d'Etude pour la Recherche Pixeleaire" also know as the Center for Studying Pixels.
You've joined us to run the the SPC, the Small Pixel Collider, and despite some controversy, we hope a lot from that device as it will help us to understand more about the matter we are made from.

So please take a seat in front of that computer, and train with the SPC simulator installed on it, to be ready to use the real one as soon as you are confortable with the device!

First part of the experiment:
As you know, to run a pixel collider, we have to make the pixel move fast enough for the final collision.
Your first task will be to accelerate the pixel using alternatively the Left and Right button up to 88mph, once that's done, press que Z key start the experiment and go to the second part of the experiment.

We have a lots of hope in you and the SPC and we are sure we will find all the answer to our existential questions!

It is not linked to my game, but when writing the presentation it made me think about that comic:

P#21020 2016-05-21 13:29 ( Edited 2016-06-21 16:05)

I could see this being fun as a 2 player collection of mini games! Nice job!

P#21881 2016-05-31 01:39 ( Edited 2016-05-31 05:39)

Quite neat! I included it in my Pico-8 Jam #2 compilation video series, if you’d like to take a look :)

P#23384 2016-06-21 12:05 ( Edited 2016-06-21 16:05)

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