We made a PC version of Vroom for kicks. Play it on your personal computer machine! Featuring all the fun of the original, PLUS!?!?!?!?: -Improved graphics...
Vroom is a racing and vehicular-zombie-flattening game for iThings, Windows and (any day now) Mac, based on Shotgun Sunrise and made with the UDK. Drive your big blue truck around three zombie-infested tracks, boosting up half-pipes, catching mad air, and revelling in your extermination of the loathsome undead.
Vroom for iOS got updated today, including the much-demanded non-tilt controls. The game is still free on both iOS and Windows.
-Added a new touch control system, tilt is no longer the default
-Zombies now only gib unless you hit them super hard (ragdoll otherwise)
-Shorter slowmo when you boost-kill a zombie
-Zombies wear blue now
-Slight performance optimisations
-Better cockpit view switch
-Some changes to truck handling
In other news, we have another Windows and mobile game that's gone up on Greenlight today and could use your vote. Check that out too!
Latest tweets from @joewintergreen
RT @_williamelm: Hello I am a starving artist please buy my music please thank you goodbye
15hours 44mins ago
@registradus not in my experience
Mar 3 2015, 11:13pm
Obv, exceptions to everything, not everyone treats charity in that way
Mar 3 2015, 9:00pm
If someone who isn't in genuine need manufactures that image and solicits charity, they soak up some of what is a limited pool of generosity
Mar 3 2015, 8:59pm
The way people often approach charity, consciously or not, is donate to a few things regularly as kind of a subscription to good conscience.
Mar 3 2015, 8:58pm
@radiatoryang thanks for mentioning my thingo, bro <3
Mar 3 2015, 8:56pm
It's super strange when rich famous celebrities try to adopt starving-artist personas
Mar 3 2015, 8:54pm
Valid point that maybe she introduces a lot of new folks to Patreon, sure. But that's a side effect to her weird plea to make her richer
Mar 3 2015, 8:53pm
Basically I think if you're already an affluent self-sustaining person doing what you want to do with your life and career, get off Patreon.
Mar 3 2015, 8:44pm