January 08, 2012

Shit Snake (2011 game roundup)

Writing about web page http://www.draknek.org/games/shitsnake/

Created for: Klik of the Month 52 (15th October)
Development time: 4 hours (together with Camouflage Snake)
Status: Done
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Everyone seems to love Shit Snake!

The game I was originally making was Camouflage Snake, but the idea for this just popped into my head as I was making it. So I made both.

The audio is from the_muteKi’s set of ridiculously short music loops which he made for the IGF Pirate Kart. It’s amazingly fitting.

I’m idly considering making a HD version, though not sure whether improved graphics would actually take away from the charm. If you’d be interested in making some graphics for that, get in touch.

High point: this comment on Rock Paper Shotgun, which later inspired Shit Snake 2: Shit Harder.

Second place: being mentioned several times in the last minute or two of this BBC indie games podcast, continually bleeped out.

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