Thursday, October 25, 2018

Escape a Tower GitHub Repo (and version 2.4.3)


Now that I got the hang of GitHub with Bingo Master Board, I'm migrating my older projects to their own repos. I begin with Escape a Tower, as I recently got the urge to work on it.

This means:
  • You can view development commits. Previously, any update I upload would become live on the Web. Now I can commit changes without making it live. This helps me recover my code if anything happens, and you get to see my work in progress!
  • You can watch the project. If you have a GitHub account, you can watch Escape a Tower to receive emails whenever I release new updates.
  • You can star the project. If you really like the game, you now have the ability to star it on GitHub.
  • You can more easily report game issues on GitHub with the Issues page.

To get things started, I posted Escape a Tower version 2.4.3. This minor update:
  • Corrects grammatical errors
  • Updates links to Games by Tim
  • Removes deprecated appcache

As mentioned in the GitHub Releases page, a more substantial update (version 2.5) is coming soon. Keep an eye for commits in the Develop branch!

Tuesday, October 9, 2018

So Many Numbers: The Layout Update

So Many Numbers is at it again!

This time, I rewrote the game layout. Why, you ask? I'll let the screenshots speak for themselves.

Before/After (Click to enlarge)






In addition:
  • Fixed bug that counted blank inputs as 0
  • Fixed text display issues with Microsoft Edge
  • Fixed bug that generated 30-30 more often than it should

Have fun with the improved layout and fewer bugs!