Wednesday, August 31, 2011

New Blogger Look

As you may have known, Blogger has been given a redesign today, mainly to fit in with the new Google look.
My impressions?
I kind of like it. It's gonna take some getting used to, though.
What do you think of the new Blogger interface?

P.S. This is my first Blogger post using the new look!

Saturday, August 27, 2011

Memoric Trivia - More Info

Release Date: November 26, 2010
Size: 331 KB (regular edition)

Memoric Trivia is a slideshow game I created with my friend, Michael Wu. The point of the game is to answer 10 trivia questions while still remembering a PIN number given at the beginning of the game. After answering all 10 trivia questions, you will be taken to a PIN pad, where you must insert the correct PIN number in order to win the game. Interesting, is it? This game is good if you want to test how good your memory is.
Note: I wasn't the one who thought having to restart the entire trivia if you get a wrong answer was a good idea.

Update - A new reduced pain edition has just been released! Instead of having to restart the entire trivia, you'll just have to wait 7 seconds if you get a wrong answer.

Compatible With:
-Microsoft PowerPoint 97 or later
-PowerPoint for Mac 98 or later
-PowerPoint Viewer 97 or later
-Any version of Keynote

I am Thinking of a Number - More Info

I am Thinking of a Number.

Click here to Play

Release Date: December 20, 2010
HTML5 Version Release Date: August 14, 2013
Updated: August 23, 2016

I am Thinking of a Number - the sophisticated number guesser.
It originates from an infamous PowerPoint game that made users guess a number from 1 to 1000.  It has since evolved to HTML5, offering hints and increased flexibility.

  • Guess with a number set or an input field.
  • Choose any combination of integers to guess from.
  • Use hints to assist with guessing.
  • Playable on desktops, laptops, tablets, and smartphones.
  • Toggle between a light and dark theme.

Compatible With:
-Microsoft Edge
-Internet Explorer 11
-Firefox 16+
-Chrome 26+
-Safari 6.1+
-Opera 12.10+


Escape the Tower: Compatibility Version - More Info

Release Date: November 25, 2010
Latest Update: August 27, 2011
Size: 2 MB

This is a version of Escape the Tower compatible with earlier versions of PowerPoint. Note that not all the features from the regular version are here. Also, the compatibility version isn't updated as much as the regular version.

Compatible With:
-Microsoft PowerPoint 97 or later
-PowerPoint for Mac 98 or later
-PowerPoint Viewer 97 or later
-Any version of Keynote*
*Not recommended

Friday, August 26, 2011

Escape a Tower - More Info

Escape a Tower

Released: November 25, 2010
Updated: May 7, 2019 (Version 2.6.1)

Escape a Tower is now playable in your Web browser as of version 2.0. You no longer need PowerPoint to play it, and it's also playable on mobile devices!

It was a warm sunny day, and you decided to go downtown, to visit the bookstore.
That turned out to be a regretful decision.
Because on the way through an alley, someone evil guy kidnaps you, dragging you inside a ragged car, and, essentially, trapping you inside the top floor of a TALL, SCARY, TOWER.
In my very first slideshow game, your goal is to escape the tower (obviously), but it won't be easy. You'll have to click on the correct choices the game provides you in order to navigate through the traps, guards, dead ends, and locked passageways all around the tower. Make a wrong move, and BOOM! You get an instant GAME OVER.
Sounds, tough? Well, don't worry. Throughout the tower, there are items you can use to your advantage. Also, there are times when there is more than one way to traverse a section of the tower. And if you look carefully, you can uncover secrets that could easily help you find out what to do next (or not).
Oh, and something cool happens when you beat the game, but I won't spoil it for you.
Good luck trying to escape the tower!

Compatible With:
- Internet Explorer 8
- Firefox 0.1
- Chrome 0.2
- Safari 3
- Opera 7
- Netscape 7
- Microsoft Edge
- Internet Explorer 10+
- Firefox 3.5+
- Chrome 4+
- Safari 4+
- Opera 11.50+

Javascript must be enabled to play.


Welcome to Tim's Slideshow Games!


This is my brand new slideshow game blog. Cool, huh?

Anyway, in this blog, you have the ability to download my very own slideshow games I made from PowerPoint! It's a lot more convenient than than sending out e-mails, and this way, I can get a bigger audience! Woo hoo!

I will begin uploading my first slideshow games soon, so while you're waiting, check out the "About" page on the tab header. You'll learn about how this site works and stuff.

Have fun!

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Blog Under Construction

Please do not disturb the construction process, or I will get mad. Thanks.