Sunday, November 16, 2014

Rebus Puzzles Galore

Rebus Puzzles Galore

Release Date: November 16, 2014
Size: 537 KB

"Don't overthink it; the answer is right there."

A rebus puzzle consists of a box that depicts a word or a phrase. Your goal is to decipher these words and phrases. In this PDF, there are 100+ homemade puzzles. Think you can solve them all?

You can also print this document into a booklet if you so desire. In fact, this is the first typed out book I've created!

Note to PDF readers: The answers to each puzzle are labelled with an A followed by the number. (A1, A2, etc.) Use them at your convenience.

Saturday, June 21, 2014

Escape a Tower Update (version 2.3)

Escape a Tower Version 2.3 has been released with several fixes.
  • Fixes HTML5 validation issues.
  • Erasing save data now only deletes Escape a Tower data. Before, if you deleted save data from Escape a Tower, all your local storage data was removed, even Button Masher/Keyboard Masher scores. This has been fixed.
  • IE8 support. This was the result of fixing the HTML5 validation issues, so if you happen to use this outdated Internet Explorer version, you're in luck.
Once again, thanks for checking out this update.

Saturday, June 7, 2014

Introducing Button Masher and Keyboard Masher Version 4.0

Today, I present to you Button Masher and Keyboard Masher's biggest updates yet. Both of these new releases double the game modes from their previous versions. Double!

New game modes for Button Masher
Lightning (x100)
Endurance (Hard)
Movement (Hard)
Oscillation (Hard)

New game modes for Keyboard Masher

If you have time, you should really check out these games. I've put a lot of work into them. Enjoy!

Button Masher:
Keyboard Masher:

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

I am Thinking of a Number Update (Version 2.3.3)

Thanks to my new Javascript knowledge, I was able to once again reduce the file size of this game. Here's what happened this time:
  • The file size has decreased once again (by 0.22 KB)
  • Fixed a title formatting issue with Firefox
And of course, the link has changed from the Dropbox one to Github for a cleaner look. Here is the new link.

Enjoy! And if you feel like it, check out the new try catch statement I used for the customgame function. It's something new I've learned today.

Thursday, May 8, 2014

Escape a Tower Update (Version 2.2)

So apparently, I was an HTML criminal. (See crime #3 and #5.)

The result of this article is an update to my text adventure, Escape a Tower. The patch fixes most of the past crimes committed, plus a few other changes. Here are the release notes:
  • Formatting fixes for Firefox, Internet Explorer, and mobile devices.
  • Added the option to erase save data on the bottom of version history.
  • The file size has decreased (by 5 KB).
The link to Escape a Tower has also changed, as I am starting to transfer my games from Dropbox to Github. Here is the new link. (A lot more clean the the Dropbox link, right?)

Thanks for checking out the update.

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Keyboard Masher - More Info

Keyboard Masher

Release Date: June 25, 2013
Latest Update: January 22, 2016 (Version 4.4)
Size: 43.5 KB

Keyboard Masher is a spin-off of Button Masher, in the case that you mash the keyboard rather than a button. It was formerly a hidden unlockable in Button Masher. Keyboard Masher is HTML5 ready.

Keyboard Masher is part of the Masher Series, a collection of mashing related games. Check out Button Masher and Mouse Swipe, the other games in the series.

Compatible With:
-Microsoft Edge
-Internet Explorer 10+
-Firefox 16+
-Chrome 10+
-Safari 5.1+
-Opera 12.10+


Site Updates

I finally went through and updated the blog once and for all to take it out of the PowerPoint days. Here's what happened:

  • I updated the About page so it is more relevant to what the blog is now.
  • I changed the name of the Download page to Projects, since I am now making HTML5 games, and those games don't need to be downloaded to play.
  • I updated the Coming Soon page. That page hasn't been updated for two years!
  • After two and a half years, I've finally added a new prototype: Oscillation mode for Button Masher! Go to the Projects page to check it out!

Button Masher Oscillation Prototype

Here is a prototype for a possible new game mode for Button Masher: Oscillation.

The definition of oscillation according to Google is "movement back and forth at a regular speed." This is exactly what this game mode does. The button moves around back and forth, and you have to move your cursor around to keep up with the button while clicking at the same time.

Oscillation mode works on IE10+, Firefox 16+, Chrome, Safari 4+, and Opera 12.10+.

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Cursor Adventure Password Released

Seeing that I'm not developing PowerPoint games anymore, I might as well release the password to edit Cursor Adventure, essentially making the game open source.

The password is: L2AH3C691X

Feel free to mess around with the game as much as you want for your own personal use only.