My first own game, Amazing Tetris, is nearing completion and I am now looking for musicians.
Amazing Tetris is a regular Tetris clone with a few gimmicks programmed in Pascal using Allegro.pas. It was our Computer Science team project 2012 at school; now I’m reprogramming my team mates’ parts and also improving a few things for the sake of being able to call the game “my own” and to host it on my site. It is mostly compliant with the official Tetris guidelines and therefore in the current version feels a lot like Tetris DS. There is, however, still one important thing left: The music.
Currently Amazing Tetris uses the music and sound effects of Tetris on Game Boy as a placeholder. Since I want to avoid potential copyright issues I’ll have to replace those resources before releasing the game. Free legal sound effects are pretty easy to find on the internet, but that’s not the case with music. Therefore I’m looking for a musician to help me out with the game’s music. What I need are mostly a few tunes for the menu as well as some gameplay music, including a Remix of Korobeinki. If you are a good musician and interested in helping out or if you know another good musician please contact me.
I’ve just updated this website. I cleaned and completed all of the pages and also added new ones. Enjoy!
In other news, I recently started programming in C++ since Pascal is outdated and it’s hard to find any useful libraries for it that are still maintained. Porting my project from Pascal to C++ could take quite a while, though.
Now with a new theme and updated software.
I can’t really call myself an artist, but being forced to take art lessons for at least one year in 12th grade I actually painted a few pictures. Considering how much I dislike art, I think they’ve actually turned out pretty well.
Anyways, I’m glad I’m done with art now. Forever!
Here is my final picture for art lessons (for real this time). First the template:
Now the actual picture:
SUPER SPECIAL AWESOME, no?
As you can see I completely redesigned my website using WordPress and Artisteer. This makes it look a lot more professional. Also, it’s a lot easier to maintain this way. Right now a lot of content is still missing, which I’ll put up later. The downloads are already available, though.