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Siteseeing in southbank portrait

Some screenshots of the work of Ian MacLarty, an australian experimental designer[1]. There are superb transitions between the landscapes! (horizontal artefacts are due to my screenshot software)

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Bonus: screenshots of Vertex Meadow, a configurator/explorator of generated landscapes.

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Marble Marcher by CodeParade

CodeParade proposes an very interesting game/game engine that uses a smart physics computation related to fractal rendering. The result is Marble Marcher, an opensource (GPL-2!) game, available on itch.io and github.


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First official screenshots of Sisyphus a web…

First “official” screenshots of Sisyphus, a web experiment in collaboration with Simone Niquille.

It is available in itch.io also: https://frankiezafe.itch.io/sisyphus, and I will try to post development logs there instead of here. To follow them, just check the bottom of the itch.io page.

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Release month continues with FlatMapper a videomapping sketch…

Release month continues with FlatMapper, a videomapping sketch running in processing.

Source code is here: https://github.com/frankiezafe/FlatMapper

And here is a demo video of the applicationt:

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Hey The first polymorph production is available on…

Hey! The first polymorph production is available on itch.io!

The page of the game.

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Polymorph Engine is on itch.io

The Polymorph Engine is on itch.io, the go-to community website for sharing, rating and downloading indie games. It sits in the well-named “tools” section where it is already getting some attention.

But we need your help to bring it further. So if you have an itch.io account, be sure to check the Polymorph Engine page, download the install script, give it a 5 stars ratings, or even add it to your favorites.

While you are there, be also sure to check out and follow Frankie and xuv profiles and collections, you might discover some gems.

Let us know about your itch.io profile in the comments. We’ll be sure to check it out.