Category Archives: Game News

Flashplayer is Kill

Flashplayer is kill – Flash games will (in most cases) no longer run in browsers starting yesterday. In case you haven’t heard yet, some alternatives include BlueMaxima’s Flashpoint Infinity app (I’ve tested it, my games work on there), the Supernova plugin for Chrome, or the Pale Moon browser. I do think Flashpoint Infinity is the simplest solution though – once you set it up it’s really easy to use. I think it’s Windows-only though.

Ruffle can already play a lot of ActionScript 2 games in browsers, including Epic Battle Fantasy 1, The Kitten Game, and Mecha Dress Up Game. The games actually run much smoother than they did in Flash! Newgrounds has Ruffle enabled for games that work with it. I’m excited to see the day when Ruffle can run ActionScript 3 games – a lot more people could potentially play Epic Battle Fantasy 5 in HD without lag! If you have any spare money lying around and want to preserve Flash games, I really encourage you to donate to the project. (you can also donate your time by reporting bugs and stuff)

You’ve also got the option to buy my latest games on Steam and, which include a lot more content than the free versions. And in a few months, the Epic Battle Fantasy Collection will be available to purchase too, which will include ALL of my older games with slight updates.

Anyway, here’s some EBF5 art that Ronja made. Very cool.

Let’s Play Mecha Dress Up

I found a very enthusiastic Let’s Play of Mecha Dress Up Game, which is that one game I made in 2008 (!!!).
It’s cool to see people still digging up my old stuff.

I had a lot of ideas for a sequel to the game – too bad I never got round to it after actually learning how to program properly.

NoLegs in Indie Game Battle

Hey guys, NoLegs is going to be in a Smash Bros style game called Indie Game Battle!
He’ll be in one of the upcoming updates, and he comes with the Temple of Godcat stage, so that’s pretty cool! Check out the trailer below.

The game is currently in early access on Steam.

While I feel the game has potential, I must say that it’s not very playable in its current state. It still needs a lot of work in all areas before I can recommend it. So you should only buy it if you like testing games that are really early in development.

EBF4 on Humble Store!

For anyone who doesn’t like Steam or wants a completely DRM-free copy of Epic Battle Fantasy 4, I’ve set up my own store page for it, using Humble Bundle’s system. It’s the exact same version as on Steam, except without the Steam features, and I also get a bigger share of the revenue.

Omg, click here to see!

Probably should have tried to set this up earlier, but whatevs.

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