Yay! PriorArt partitipated at Silly Venture 2019 in the Atari Lynx demo competition.
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Our entry is showing realtime 3D vector graphics, up to 241 colors on screen and a striking soundtrack.
Assembloids is a fast paced action puzzler in which the player composes heads of different characters. In the middle of the screen, a quarter of a face happens to appear that the player can move into four areas. For every complete face you get points – the more uniform the shape, the more. But the clock is ticking and every mistake costs a life.
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Find our little christmas-card demo in the link below featuring my new audio engine and of course Jammer’s great tune making use of it.
3 channels only since this routine is going to be implemented into our game project “Lacim’s Legacy” and I want to keep a 4th channel completely free for SFX (yes, could be mixed but I prefer it this way .
Diving into Lynx audio was quite some endeavour and I thank in particular sage, karri and lx.net for sharing their experience and sources. This would all sound lame and bad if it wasn’t for Jammer and his technical skills composing within funny restrictions. This routine plays at 60Hz (so once per frame). You can press button ‘A’ to toggle on/off individual channels. No samples involved
The awesome santa clause animation is by Bruno Moraes.
Enjoy and a wonderful christmas time to all of you,
enthusi & Jammer & all of PriorArt
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Hooray: PriorArt started developing games for the Atari Lynx. The first project is an isometric RPG called ‘Lacim’s Legacy’ by Enthusi and Zooperdan. Right now you can find here screenshots, links and a recording of the current dev status.
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PriorArt was showing up at the Gamescom retro area. We had the opportunity to present SAFTS and Caren at the poly.play booth. As special surprise the RETURN magazine came up with a SAFTS tabletop setup, which was quite popular among visitors.
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