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  • Mr Monocle in: Zombie Fisticuff Quarrel Once again are Mr Monocle on the go! This time he has to beat up multicolored zombies on a never ending street!This is my LD48#18 entry, and the ...
    Posted 24 Aug 2010, 10:45 by Peter Sundling
  • Saucelifter 8-Bit Imagine that you are playing this on a gameboy clone made by the Commodore corporation, before they went belly up. It's my competition entry for the Demake compo held ...
    Posted 24 Aug 2010, 10:46 by Peter Sundling
  • Banana Blitz Started out as my first entry for the Pirate Kart II competition where you only have 2 hours to create a game. I ended up working on this game for ...
    Posted 24 Mar 2010, 05:35 by Peter Sundling
  • The Short Arse of the Law This is my entry for the Game Jolt rogue competition they had in Januari 2010.The competition lasted for two weeks, but I had to start from scratch after one ...
    Posted 26 Feb 2010, 02:29 by Peter Sundling
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This is my home on the web! 

And it is here that I add links to my games, and I hope you play them and share the links with your friends! 

All games was made for fun, not for profit. I try and polish them until they shine and fix all the bugs, but I cannot leave any guarantees. So... I do my best, and I hope you will have fun with them.

I have other homes as well!

This page is just one of them... I'm addicted to the interwebs so it's hard not to hang around at some sites.

I post shit on Twitter. sometimes a lot. About anything and everything, not only game programming.

And you will find me on the Retro Remakes forum. I'm a member of a lot of forums but the RR one is where I spend most of my time. 

My Blog:

  • Head first through the schedule It's been some busy weeks! Two courses running side by side in school. Two exams and (not really) countless other assignments and tasks to do in between. It's ...
    Posted 27 Feb 2011, 21:32 by Peter Sundling
  • Crunch Time, and stuff Train Game development is entering crunch time! One and a half week until a new demo should be shown for the customers, and about 2 month until it should be ...
    Posted 1 Feb 2011, 22:27 by Peter Sundling
  • A new year! It looks a lot like the old one, but they say it's the new one so I take their word for it.Not much game developing going on at ...
    Posted 3 Jan 2011, 04:24 by Peter Sundling
  • Trains, Germs, New Pages! The Train Game project is going well! There's still a lot of loose ends that needs to be tied up here and there, but we're getting there. Still ...
    Posted 29 Nov 2010, 21:02 by Peter Sundling
  • School isn't always great! We're studying HTML and CSS in school at the moment. This course ends next week. And I hate HTML and CSS, so I don't mind. Instead of doing ...
    Posted 4 Nov 2010, 14:48 by Peter Sundling
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So I make games, eh?

Yes I do. Or at least that's what I am trying to do. I have been programming for about 20 years as a hobby, and won't stop now. Most games never get released for various reasons. Lack of motivation is the most common one. A short development cycle usually cures that. Nothing beats panic when it comes to meet deadlines. :)

Most of my games have a retro look. I'm very fond of the 8-bit style so most of my games will try and mimic that look. Including the sound effects and music. But I'm very interested in doing 3D games, so it will be a mix of the two. :) (Even if it isn't always obvious by the looks of it)

I also like to do remakes. I pick a game I liked as a kid, or that I found out about now and likes for whatever reason, then I write a clone of it. Sometimes I try and make my remake as close as possible, but I often change stuff I don't like about the original to give it a more personal touch. Sort of. 

Got some loose change? 

I will happily accept any donations. I will buy coffee with it. Or a nice t-shirt. Or a new computer or game console. What I buy depends on how much money I get, really.

It's a shiny button, isn't it? ;)

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