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Yohoy there Mateys
News posted 20th November, 2014 by Liquixcat 1 Comment
Yohoy has been a busy bee,
uploaded a bunch of games for free.
Download the games by clicking below,
don't worry if your internets slow.

YOHOY Mateys!

Town jumper
Gunny bot
Moopy unlimited

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Hello Guys!
News posted 19th October, 2014 by Knudde (Shab) 4 Comments
Hello Guys! I just dropped in really quick before putting my kids to bed and saw MANY pending downloads! I did my quick Admin thing and approved some of these new games, still need to check out the few remaining games before I push them through the approval process; hopefully tomorrow.

So please, do check out the downloads section and check out the new games, there's some fine looking stuff in there.

The Escapists on steam
News posted 5th September, 2014 by ..::hagar::.. 8 Comments
Another brief update (when I should be packing!)!

The Escapists is now available as early access on steam, published by my childhood favorite company Team 17. Show some support for a fellow clicker!

Awesome stuff ChrisD!

Click here to check it out!

Totally Mondo!

Buswick Results!
News posted 5th September, 2014 by ..::hagar::.. Post A Comment
Quick update before I go off on my holidays! The results for The Buswick 2014 are now in! Many congratulations to to the winners and I think OMC deserves a big thank you from us all for the competition!

To view the entrys and download them, please click here.

Awesome work from all the entrants! It is totally Gnarly, Tubular, Way Cool and Awesome to see the click world taking part in competitions like this. Groovy!

What has Hayo been up to? / New download : Millo (Interactive historical atlas)
News posted 31st August, 2014 by ..::hagar::.. 2 Comments
Everyone remembers Hayo, he is as well known as Waldo. Anyway, it appears that over the course of the last two years, Hayo has been busy working away on an educational tool along with his friend Frank to assist with the teaching of history.

Great work dudes! Anything that helps education is a GOOD thing in my book!

In Hayo's own words: This is a project I have been working on in the last 2 years (instead of making games). Millo is an educational browser-based tool for use in history class. It is a collection of historical maps with interactive elements in HTML5. It's currently in Dutch only, an international version might follow. Most maps contain objects that are drag-able and react with each other to show, for example, historical events and progresses.

Click to here download and comment on Millo (Interactive historical atlas)

News posted 31st August, 2014 by ..::hagar::.. 7 Comments
Most bodacious TDC member GrimFusion has collated a MASSIVE collection of MMF 2 documentation, examples, videos tutorials and more. It will only be a matter of time before MMF 2 resources go the way of TGF 1 resources, so this is a great way of preserving this knowledge. Click here to visit GrimFusion's forum thread, which includes download links.

News posted 30th August, 2014 by ..::hagar::.. Post A Comment
Looking for a fighting game? Tempted to dial nine hundred and ninety nine as you need your fighting game fix now? Fear no more, as top man One Man Army Games has created a very nice fighting game called Northbound, as an entry for the Buswick. Awesome work!

In his own words: "In a world where Elementals live secretly, Alex the Hunter sets off to expose them and their dangerous abilities. Control each element as you fight to protect your people and your home."

Click here to download and comment on Northbound.

Buzzing along with the Buswick? You have (approximately) TWO days left!
News posted 29th August, 2014 by ..::hagar::.. Post A Comment
The most triumphant and moustache obsessed OMC has organised a most splendiferous competition, following on from last years Buswick.

Oddly enough, this years comeptition is titled The Buswick 2014! The theme of the competition is the elements, getting an entry together could be a great way to spend the weekend!

So get some malt loaf (plus butter of course), cheesey biscuits (I recommend TUC biscuits), a couple of gallons of Cola and get some serious game creation montage action going over the weekend!

Click here to check out the Buswick's site or here to discuss the compeition on the TDC forum.

Trio of goodies!
News posted 29th August, 2014 by ..::hagar::.. 2 Comments
How is it hanging dudes and dudesses? Here are three cool things, ranging from in browser 3D to Neural Networks! Set your download beards to stun!

First up is a cool little application called Sprites INC Podcast Player for playing podcasts without the bloat associated with most software these days. Good work ACE_Spark !

Click here to download and comment on Sprites INC Podcast Player.

Next up is Lake Legends by Patrick T Herlihy. A rather neat in browser 3D game. Would love to know if this made in click products, or whether Patrick has coded it himself!

Click here to download and comment on Lake Legends.

Thirdly, is an evolution simulator by Duckimation, aptly titled Behavioral Evolution Simulation which makes of a neural network. These are rather nifty things - if you find AI interesting I would highly suggest checking this out and reading up on neural nets (with your thinking beards set to stun).

Click here to download and comment on Behavioral Evolution Simulation.

Whoa, Equin: The Lantern (demo) by Del Duio
News posted 28th August, 2014 by ..::hagar::.. 4 Comments
Del Duio has updated his game Equin: The Lantern, and has been kind enough to give us a damn fun demo to try it out with before we buy. It is a rogue like game, made with our good old friend MMF.

A really good game, check it dudes! Click here to download and comment on Equin: The Lantern (demo).

In Del Duio's own words:

"A young Xtoli adventurer learns of a mysterious dungeon near town ruled by an even more mysterious magic lantern. The lantern changes colors, but what does it actually DO? Take control of either Warrior, Thief, or Wizard and gain levels, stats, and mad treasure as you descend the dungeon's 50 floors to find out."

You have 15 floors to try out in the demo, with no restrictions. So get downloading already!!!

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