Two of my games were shown at a festival called FILE in Brazil recently.
Feels a bit surreal to know my games are shown at some festival I've never heard of on the other side of the world.
Cactus Arcade will also be shown at the IndieCade events in both Washington and Birmingham, as well as in Holland at AveCom's "It's all in the game..." festival. Might be interesting to check out if you live close by, there will probably be more interesting games at the events.
One of these days, I'll really take my time to put Clean Asia and MAYBE Ad Nauseam 2 in arcade cabinets. GIMME T3H BIG SCREEN WITH ARCADE CONTROLS!
AND I'M STILL THE SHOE THAT FITS...INSECURITY...AND WAR. WE'RE WEAK AND VULNERABLE. YOU WERE USED TO WAR. AND THE BITTER NAME OF YOUR JEANS, I WAS LIKE "GIG-GAG! GIG-GAG! GIG-GAG!" MEANS POWERFUL! YOU WERE MILITARILY POWERFUL. AND YOU COMMENCE TO HARASS THE WEAKEST CORNERS OF MY WE--[end transmission]
Current speedrun time on PSYCHOSOMNIUM: 1min. 30sec.
I apologize for possible grammatical errors; I speak English not very well. I have a question about the plot of the game "Clean Asia". Why in China the player is opposed not by eyes in angular large ships, but by small and detailed ships without eyes? Are they ruled by people? Chinese collaborators?