Hey, glad to hear it! Thanks for the feedback.
Totally still within the realm of possibilities. My bet is for a full-on MMO, though.
THANK you. Finally. :)
Oh man, where do I start? Can you go? What does dragon blood taste like? Does it live in a mountain fortress? How much are the Bavarian's paying it?
Haha that's the long and short of it.
Nailed it. Well, maybe not GOLDEN, but at least not in a bad way.
Yoooo Washu, dropping the knowledge bomb! Love that. Thanks for the catch.
Yisssss Mark of the Ninja. One of two games that I've gotten all the achievements/trophies for. The other is Rayman: Origins.
I know! I hated that jerk "AAA". He was in every arcade leaderboard.
It's more likely they would ban user accounts than devices, but the essential problem you point out is the same. It's a reverse escalation, and, as I point out in the article, there's no guarantee that scores in the reasonable range aren't hacked. Rocks. Hard places.
For what it's worth, I avoided posting direct links to the hacking software, but I think it's valuable for Game Center users to know just how the leaderboards got into the shape they're in now. You would still have to jailbreak an iOS device to even begin down that road.
I really brought this on myself, didn't I?
It's how we learn, and learning is great! But yes, it's a bummer to see that kind of garbage attitude in your own past.
Brevity is the soul of something something.
It's more a proof of concept than anything. Impressive that Blue Brick was able to get most of this worked out at 7-day game jam.
That's part of what makes Superhot super hott. Broadening horizons, bridging genres, etc.
Ah, a glaring omission, for sure. This is some of the cleverest comedy out there if you can get past the absurdity, or embrace it. Go CatBug.