I try to crank out an experimental game every month. I was inspired by Experimental Gameplay Project, so I try to follow their rules. Basically this means that every game I create I have to make within 7-day limit, they have to made by me alone and they have to test some new form of gameplay.
It’s hard for me to believe that this is already my ninth (or tenth if you count the Divorce) done-in-under-week game. Well without further ado here’s the game.
You’re mr. Bush and you’re daydreaming in the oval office. Trying to collect imaginary pieces of evidence about the Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction.
Use arrow keys to move George around. Try to keep the beach ball off the floor and try to collect the pieces of evidence.
Esc - Will quit the game.
Alt + enter - Will toggle fullscreen.
Game Design, Code & Gfx: Petri Purho ( petri.purho (at) gmail.com )
Music: Grand Old Rag, performed by Billy Murray (recorded 06 February 1906). The song is in public domain.
Also the score screen background was based on this photo by Thomas Hawk. The photograp was under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 2.0 -license.
Also the following public domain photographs where used: 20061011-5 p101106pm-133jpg-772v.jpg by Paul Morse, OvalFloor.jpg and United_States_Bill_of_Rights.jpg.
Physics model is based on Markus Ilmola’s tutorials.
Inspiration source: This youtube -video and Experimental Gameplay Project.
Dadreaming in the Oval Office uses: SDL, SDL_Image, SDL_Mixer and SDL_RotoZoom