With just over a week to go before the month is behind us, I am happy to announce that I have finished my first game for the OneGameAMonth challenge.
It is, to put it simply, a game. It is called "Circus Calamity" and is a very simple point and click game. The object of the game is to click everything that moves (except for the bombs - you don't want to click them, trust me) until they go away. Click enough and you'll get a nifty surprise bonus item! What do you do with this nifty bonus item? You click it, of course! (What, you were expecting something else?)
Since I am not (yet) fluent in any programming languages, this game was done using GameMaker and the graphics and music were found free-to-use on various websites.
To play the game, you have two choices. If you own GameMaker on Steam, you can find the game here or you can download the exe here. The exe only works on Windows; if you don't have Windows, I do apologize.
My next few games will probably be made in GameMaker again. Hopefully before the year is out, I'll be far enough in my C++ course to be able to make a simple game outside of GameMaker. We'll see, I guess.
Roll on February!