Here's my #hyperjam entry that does not use HyperCard, but still includes 1-bit gradients and Apple II cursors and fonts.
It's a kind of voxellated emotion-based isometric fortune cookie simulator. Or maybe a roguelike without combat where nothing happens but randomly suggested feelings. I don't know, but I like it, and I really learned a lot while making it. I might even make an actual game out of this.
@ice I've tried it on mac, doesn't seem to run
@alexsleepy Thanks a lot! I'll try to fix it.
@ice works on debian 10!
got some really doomy fortunes
@npisanti Awesome, thanks! Results are supposed to be random and in equally positive and negative proportions, I guess we’re all actually doomed then :)
@ice just the first was "awe", i don't remember the middle ones but it ended in "resignation, misery"
@npisanti The words come from a list of emotions classification. But yeah, sometimes the story they tell, no matter how minimal, is kind of chilling, haha. I should take a closer look because now I think about it, there could be a bit more negative than positive emotions. At first I wanted to use actual fortune cookie quotes, but they all sounded really stupid, so I went the more dramatic way.
@ice or maybe we are living dark times
@npisanti Dark, glitched, 1-bit times, definitely.
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