Rewolucje 11, emergent machine sketch




Rewolucje 11; robot variations


 



Rewolucje 11; cover sketch




Rewolucje 11 begin timestamp




Easter Egg 2018


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



the Big Game pre-alpha


Platform + pnc engines combined.



Wystawa w Muzeum Narodowym w Krakowie


Wystawa od 2 Marca 2018.

Po raz pierwszy w historii Muzeum Narodowe w Krakowie organizuje wystawę prezentującą oryginalne prace, wydawnictwa i przedmioty z lat 1871-2017, związane z komiksem w Polsce. Wszystkie eksponaty pochodzą z prywatnej kolekcji Wojciecha Jamy – jednego z kuratorów wystawy. Zobaczyć będzie można ponad 600 obiektów, w tym: szkice, plansze, blaudruki, albumy z rysunkami i autografami, a także książki, katalogi, czasopisma, druki ulotne oraz unikalne figurki, zabawki, monety, znaczki oraz przedmioty codziennego użytku.

Foto: Jan Kleszczyński



Linux Install Troubleshoot


Written by Edwin Vigneau.

The following are instructions to run the linux versions on certain linux distributions in which they do not run out of the box.
All commands are to be entered in a terminal.

A 64-bit linux distribution is required.

Debian 9 (“Stretch”)

libssl1.0.0 is missing and it is not in the repositories. Install it from the “Jessie” repositories or download it from https://packages.debian.org/jessie/amd64/libssl1.0.0/download

Fedora 27

openal is missing, install it with:
su -c ‘dnf install openal-soft.x86_64’

libGLU is missing, install it with:
su -c ‘dnf install mesa-libGLU.x86_64’

libssl1.0.0 and libcrypto.so.1.0.0 are missing, but they are not in the repositories or even available as a package. We need to compile them from the source code.

If you don’t have gcc, install it with:
su -c ‘dnf install gcc’

Download the source code from:
https://www.openssl.org/source/old/1.0.0/openssl-1.0.0s.tar.gz

Extract the archive

Open a terminal in the extracted directory

compile it with:
./config shared
make

Move the compiled libraries to their proper place with:
sudo cp libssl.so.1.0.0 /lib64/libssl.so.1.0.0
sudo cp libcrypto.so.1.0.0 /lib64/libcrypto.so.1.0.0

The game should run now.

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If your distribution is not mentioned here and the game does not run, start the game from a terminal.
If there are missing libraries, their name will be shown so that you can install them.
They may not be in your distribution’s repositories however, since some are quite outdated.
You may have to compile them from source.



Linux games now available!


Hi there, Linux / Ubuntu users!
Today is your day. I finally managed to harness the knowledge of creating virtual machine, installing Ubuntu on it and connecting it to my good ol’ PC work station. Thus, linux versions are now a reality. Get them all here:

10 Gnomes in Trstenik
The Peter Navarre Crecy Evaluation
Where is 2018?
the Ravine

These builds were created to the exact specifications of Game Maker Studio 2.
I used Ubuntu 14.04.5 LTS (Trusty Tahr) as instructed by the how-to page.
They say it’s the only version of Ubuntu they support right now that creates stable builds of games.

If you run into problems while trying to run those games (missing libraries etc), read this troubleshoot article written by Edwin Vigneau.

Believe me, connecting Ubuntu Virtual Machine to Game Maker Studio 2 on my PC is kind of a peak of my tech-savviness when it comes to Linux. The process is then automated, therefore tweaking it by me myself is out of the question for me.

However, I hope majority of you will be able to open and play these games! A side note: this only concerns games from 2017, which were created in Game Maker Studio 2. Games from 2016 were done in a previous version of the studio without access to Linux versions. Buying that access on a defunct and unused engine now seems a bit redundant, doesn’t it?

(Yes, that also means that all my future releases will be available on Linux on premiere day as well).

Happy days ahead!



10 Years of 10 Gnomes


Lately I found this small article from 5 years ago. I noticed that the time span in that article was also 5 years. Which means 10 Gnomes were created as a concept 10 years ago. Somehow that fact hit me more than when Submachine turned 10. Somehow I was ready for Submachine being this old, but Gnomes?… Well, time flies, as usual. Now’s the moment to time stamp this occasion.

Also: a quick study on how to completely destroy a city skyline by building skyscrapers without proper urban design. Sheesh.

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