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A few weeks ago, I made a small python program to play my computer keyboard like a 3-rows accordion.

I made a short video to show its features! Here is the code if you want to try it:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/herv14riojbpvei/3_rows.py?dl=0

Requires Python 3.4, Pygame, as well as this awesome program to load soundfonts and reduce the response time when playing (->advanced options -> Additional output buffer ->0ms)

'Chord A' and 'Chord B', in the video, just indicate components of the chord (root + note A + note B). The mentioned keys simply modify these two notes to change the chords.

Damn, I haven’t posted in a while.

 - Crossfade Demo
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I crossfaded a few tunes I made for the game.
I’d never tried it before. But it’s so useful I’ll probably use it regularly now.

(most of those are either regular or boss battle themes)

leceiju replied to your photo
what poses can joseph joestick do?

The one where he puts his fingers like… wait. Or when he’s got his fists- uh

Only 90s kids will get this

Only 90s kids will get this

ciircuit:

LOWER JAW 2000, version 1.0! It’s ready! Fresh from the oven!

This is a game I made these past months using RPG Maker VX Ace. It’s a sci-fi turn-based RPG with robots and martians. You play as a robot who has lost its lower jaw and has to find it. /!\ Contains some mild screen flashes.

DOWNLOAD:

HOW TO PLAY:

Download the exe. It extracts itself into a folder: launch “Game” (the icon is a little red dragon) and play with the directional keys, X, and Z!

FEATURES!

  • Original music and sounds! (Except that one default sound when you open doors)
  • Original graphics and animations!
  • A robot!
  • Several other robots!
  • Including one with a baseball cap!
  • 3 friends you can make!
  • Space travel!
  • 10 enemies and more! You get to bop them on the head!
  • You play as a robot!
  • Police officers are here too!
  • You can use a pipe as a weapon! A PVC pipe!
  • And a flashlight!
  • There are puzzles!
  • Totally on-purpose glitches and errors! Honest!
  • Technically 5 endings!
  • 5 hours long! Roughly! On average! Maybe! Don’t take my word for it!

RESOURCES!

  • SCRIPTS: Yanfly’s Core engine, Message system, Battle system, System Options, Slippery tiles; Hime’s Troop music, Tile Swap
  • SOUNDFONT: I used Cinos’ NES soundfont for almost all the music in the game.

(Reblog for the day)

LOWER JAW 2000, version 1.0! It’s ready! Fresh from the oven!

This is a game I made these past months using RPG Maker VX Ace. It’s a sci-fi turn-based RPG with robots and martians. You play as a robot who has lost its lower jaw and has to find it. /!\ Contains some mild screen flashes.

DOWNLOAD:

HOW TO PLAY:

Download the exe. It extracts itself into a folder: launch “Game” (the icon is a little red dragon) and play with the directional keys, X, and Z!

FEATURES!

  • Original music and sounds! (Except that one default sound when you open doors)
  • Original graphics and animations!
  • A robot!
  • Several other robots!
  • Including one with a baseball cap!
  • 3 friends you can make!
  • Space travel!
  • 10 enemies and more! You get to bop them on the head!
  • You play as a robot!
  • Police officers are here too!
  • You can use a pipe as a weapon! A PVC pipe!
  • And a flashlight!
  • There are puzzles!
  • Totally on-purpose glitches and errors! Honest!
  • Technically 5 endings!
  • 5 hours long! Roughly! On average! Maybe! Don’t take my word for it!

RESOURCES!

  • SCRIPTS: Yanfly’s Core engine, Message system, Battle system, System Options, Slippery tiles; Hime’s Troop music, Tile Swap
  • SOUNDFONT: I used Cinos’ NES soundfont for almost all the music in the game.
Wait what? Return to Title Screen isn’t new. You what

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Gosh I’ve waited long enough to put that in.

I’m finally writing the ending(s) in! All that will be left to do is to test the game and I’ll be able to put in online!

@>Return to Title Screen
Gosh I’ve waited long enough to put that in.

I’m finally writing the ending(s) in! All that will be left to do is to test the game and I’ll be able to put in online!