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I've decided to try my hand at frame-by-frame animation. I've set one up to be 1250 frames. It should be pretty quickly finished, but I'm not going to guarantee anything.
While I'm stumbling around in the dark trying to get help making the Snake three leaderboards function properly, I'm also making a new game. Since I still don't know shit about ActionScript, I'm just doing a mouse maze game. I'm aiming for at least 100 levels in total. Currently, I have twenty done, and will be posting a demo tomorrow just to make sure I'm going in the right direction.
Since I'm in to music, movies, and games, I figured it would be too vague to call my collective body of work "Brantastic." So the new whatever it's called is now Shatter Media. Now you'll see my profile under Shatter Media Games, since games are what I'm mainly doing on this account.
In other news, I'm trying to get Snake three out, but I'm having problems with the leaderboards. Yay.
I don't know what I'll do exactly, but I plan on making another edit, but this time with about five artists.
My next music project is going to be a Panic at the Disco mix, comprised of clips from the following songs:
2. But It's Better If You Do
3. I Write Sins Not Tragedies
4. I Constantly Thank God For Esteban
5. There's A Good Reason These Tables Are Numbered Honey, You Just Haven't Thought Of It Yet
6. Build God, Then We'll Talk
These songs are from the second half of A Fever You Can't Sweat Out, which was a section of five and a half songs (the first half of Intermission was techno) themed in a late 1800s theme littered with vaudeville-style piano and classical string instruments accompanied with dark and eccentric lyrics.
Anyway, you'll see "Circus" sometime before the 20th of this month.
Take a look at my games, and take a look at my music (more coming soon), and then tell me what direction you think I would be better at.
I like Snake. I think my little remake was actually pretty fun. So for now, while my skills are developing, I'm going to make classic arcade-style games. Currently making a quick Pong game.
Recently I've grown frustrated with Windows spoofs. Even most in the Windows collection here on Newgrounds have one flaw that I just HATE, whether it's cheesy effects, or unnecessary components. In response, I started working on a simple Windows spoof that hopefully will be accepted as a little fun and professional-looking. Look for Windows Bran in the next five or so days (I'll be busy with other stuff), including a stylistic interface, elegant design, and seven applications.
After Snake 1.1, my first game ever, just barely made it in the portal, there were many improvements left to be made. Version 2.1, Madness, addresses a few of the requests I got, such as different colors between snake and food, and music.
Normally, this wouldn't be any problem for me. The only reason I'm sad now is the fact that I only have one week left in my Flash CS3 trial. Thanks, Newgrounds, for auto-banning me a few hour before I make a game for the first time.