This is a sprite hack of “Valdi: Shadows” by beepyeah. I tried to change the theme to something cute. The original is here: https://www.lexaloffle.com/bbs/?pid=55085&tid=31664
If I knew more about coding, I would try to make the title/end screen art larger by using more of the spritesheet. Or even better, animations for the character sprites.
- The music doesn't fit the theme. If anyone has some fun/happy music to add, that would be awesome!
0.3 - Fixed final screen image again.
0.2 - Changed the final screen image so it doesn't get cut off. Changed the transparent green exit sprite.
0.1 - Initial release
I created a custom launcher for my Gnome desktops (running Fedora 23/24 and Ubuntu Gnome 14.04), but I can't get it to launch in the SPLORE mode.
The .desktop file I added to ~/.local/share/applications looks like:
[Desktop Entry] Encoding=UTF-8 Value=1.0 Type=Application Name=PICO-8 GenericName=PICO-8 Comment=PICO-8 Icon=/home/username/Games/pico-8/lexaloffle-pico8.png Exec="/home/username/Games/pico-8/pico8" Categories=Game; Path=/home/username/Games/pico-8/
If I change the Exec line to include the -splore option, like this:
it doesn't work at all.
I created an online game guide for the awesome PICO-8 game Mistigri:
It is a simple wordpress site, but it's free and mobile friendly. Let me know what you think.
I would love to see more of these for PICO-8 games.
I made a retro style box art for the amazing game Mistigri in the free, open source application GIMP. I wanted to mimic the old school Nintendo black box games. You can view the large faux box art here:
I am considering making a few video tutorials to show other users how to do it. Is any interested?
If so, I could post a few videos in a couple of weeks. I would be curious to see what others design. Maybe someone could make a template, so it is easy for everyone to make consistent covers.