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My first tweetcart with sound. Pop all the bubble wrap, then start again!

poke(24365,1)s=stat::r::b={}::m::
flip()cls()for p=0,63 do(b[p]and circ or circfill)(p%8*16+8,flr(p/8)*16+8,7,p%15+1)end
if(s(34)>0 and not b[p])sfx(0)b[p]=1
if(#b>62)goto r
x=s(32)y=s(33)pset(x,y,6)p=flr(y/16)*8+flr(x/16)goto m
__sfx__
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P#73119 2020-02-15 10:02 ( Edited 2020-02-15 10:05)

Ahh! I played this on my phone on this website, and
It's almost as statisfying as popping real bubble wrap.

P#73137 2020-02-15 20:57 ( Edited 2020-02-15 20:59)
:: dw817

Nice ! Gold star for you. Suggest (X) to reset bubbles.

P#73177 2020-02-17 18:00
:: sparr

@dw817 and deny people the challenge of popping them all to reset? pshaw!

P#73184 2020-02-17 20:20
:: dw817

Ah ! You are correct ! I didn't know it reset if you nailed all of 'em. I remember playing this in Flash one time and it put messages on the screen additionally.

"Aren't you supposed to be working ?"
"Does your boss know you are doing this ?"
"Are you always this productive ?"
"That's it ! I'm call your boss."

5-pops later, "Push this button if your boss comes by."
and it adds a blue button in the corner. If you push it the screen fills with big letters and flashing color background, "I'm not working !"

It did that for a few seconds, then went back to what was left of the bubbles.

The way they popped was a little different too. You had to release and click with the mouse for every bubble. You couldn't just do a whole stream by dragging the mouse across.

You also had to hold the mouse button down for a moment as a single click didn't pop it. The bubble wrap single bubble would get slightly lighter as you held the button, then pop a 10th of a second later.

Popping all the bubbles in the Flash version though did not reset it.

P#73212 2020-02-18 18:43
:: sparr

I tried to fit click-and-release into the tweet but couldn't :(

(also the "pop all of them" threshold is just the array length for the table of popped indices, which actually checks a complicated test of lua table internals that boils down to "pop the last one and most of the others")

P#73213 2020-02-18 20:03

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