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Monday, November 21, 2016 - 06:38

There's always a good amount of luck that comes to your app being successful, regardless of functionality. Always keep creating. I made a lot of stuff over the years, from music to sprites and little games. Nothing brought in anything, but I learned a lot from it and I'm happy for the few people that enjoyed what I'm making. I'm glad that so many people downloaded this sprite, so it gets at least some use for others.

I'm going to publish my first game in the next months, let's hope everything will play out well for this one. It's called Fumiko! and it passed greenlight recently. I cannot post the link here, so if anyone is interested in what I've been working on after abandoning this character here, you can look it up on steam greenlight. :)


Monday, November 21, 2016 - 06:06

Hey DanXS! Great to see that you used the sprite in your app. I finally found it in the app store - hope you'll get more downloads and ratings soon. Sadly I don't have an apple touch device, so I cannot try it out. Keep up the good work!

Tuesday, July 12, 2016 - 10:43

Wow, thank you for sharing these. Very high quality.

Tuesday, May 10, 2016 - 06:20

It is licensed under public domain:

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This means you can use it freely.

Wednesday, July 1, 2015 - 14:29

Hey pizzapress!

I'm glad that you took the time to do a testplay with the game. :) Some months ago I rewrote a lot of the code from the scratch because it was working but a terrible mess. What you see there is what I've accomplished after that little "restart" of the project. 

This is the commit that changed everything:

If you checkout the last commit before this ( you would get the old version of the game that is shown in the video in the project description. :)

I stopped as I couldn't get physics working as I wanted to, that's why nothing collides with the ground yet. There were some attempts on including pymunk as a physics engine but I gave up and did some work on my other projects instead. ^^

Perhaps doing physics here was a wrong decision in the first place. Doing some basic collision detection to stop a character from moving through objects would be totally fine.




Monday, July 28, 2014 - 03:53


Monday, July 21, 2014 - 17:41

Thank you! :) I hope someone uses this in his/her game project someday since my project did not make it to the point the boss would emerge.