Summer Assembly 2007 is over and I’m finally returning to my normal sleeping schedule. Assembly has the same effect on your body as a really bad jet-lag.
1 2844p Centripetality by Aroppuu, huamn, juhovh 2 2334p Zompie by Fingersoft 3 2099p Cinnamon Beats by tAAt 2007 4 2089p A Tribute to the Rolling Boulder by Kloonigames 5 1974p Sylph Wind by Pieslice Productions
As you can see I was fourth. I lost by mere 10 points to Cinnamon Beats by tAAt / Secret Exit / Skinflake. It’s a bit of a shame, but I’m happy that Cinnamon Beats got the prize because it’s much better and more innovative game than Rolling Boulder. You should actually download the game and try it out (You can download it from pouet.net).
Btw. I own a big thanks to Jetro Lauha (who is the other guy behind Cinnamon Beats) for making my Assembly gamedev presentation video (which unfortunately wasn’t shown on the big screen). And I’m not praising his game because he made my presentation video, but because it’s actually a great game. I hope Jetro and Jani continue the development of Cinnamon Beats.
And now for some completely random links. This has nothing to do with Assembly what so ever, but it has something to do with Rolling Boulder. During the weekend I bumped into this youtube video. It demonstrates how to “cheat” in Rolling Boulder. It’s actually pretty fun to watch, but I recommend testing the game before watching this über technique. I found the video from fun-motion’s forums (thanks to Amynue for sharing his technique with us).