Dear harpy, can you tour San Francisco without destroying the city? ←→ Esc
Zeppelin Jump Funnily A hydrogen zeppelin is an enflamed and it is about to crash into a landmark tower! All the zeppelin passengers impulsively jump out for safety...or death. Fortunately, there are civilian rescuers equipped with long-ranged water hose and water grappling hook to save the passengers and the zeppelin before it crashes the building. Zeppelin = An flying airship, blimp, or dirigible. Jump = To rise or jerk suddenly. Funnily = To provide something amusing, comical, deceitful, and strange.
Panda Open Swimmingly is a game about a Panda pirate seeking to open treasure chests with less effort. The Panda’s goal is to obtain all of the treasures to buy bamboos and bring the leisurely life to the panda community. The treasure chests are guarded by Monkey pirates. The Panda, that the player controls, is strong and can swimmingly maul down the hordes of monkeys to reach and open the treasure chests. Is there any monkey who can provide this Panda a decent challenge?
You're a Polish worker working in Poland that's named Poland. Go around the office and do mundane tasks fast and furious! Please your boss! Please your co-workers! Work up the ranks! You might just become CEO someday. Use arrow keys to move. Press Z to do things, including proceed through the title screen. Current build displayed: 0.0.1.0 (release 1)
Description, by A.I. Ghost
To understand how this challenge works, a bit of back-story is needed. I came across this game for iOS called ‘Unpleasant Horse’. The game was conceived during PopCap's first game jam, where small teams took randomly generated phrases and made games based on them. ‘Unpleasant Horse’ came from the phrase: “Unpleasant Horse Racing in the Sky.”
I took this idea and put my own spin on it for the Club. Grouping members together based on their positions, I had each programmer come up with a verb; each artist, a noun; and everyone else, an adverb. I shuffled the selection by hand and then gave the verbs to the artists. After having the artists find the author of the word they got, I randomly assigned nouns to the teams, and lastly, gave out the adverbs which gave them their third member. These are the phrases, and the initial groups (some members dropped out):
Team Poland: Patrick, Allen, Cat
“Swiftly Working Poland.”
Josh, Anders, Kristi
“Likely Pimpin Octopus”
Gavin, Calvin, Glen
“Zeppelin Jump Funnily”
John, Will, Daniel
“Pandas Swimmingly Open”
Kevin, Anthony, Terrance
“Lovely Shark Translate”
Team Furies: Kristopher, Cindy, Melson
“Harpies Thunderingly Tour”
Whatever games you see here are the groups/members who finished. These games will be featured in a gallery on April 30th.