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Author Topic: Bulbaceous Balls  (Read 10971 times)

XIX

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Bulbaceous Balls
« on: January 04, 2007, 12:07:49 AM »

This is an old phone game I put together in about a month a couple of years ago. Phones have duff controls so this was designed to be a single button puzzle game. There was some publisher interest but it went cold because they where, you know, publishers. So I stopped working on it when they lost interest.

I'm going to rework it in flash, but thats been on my list for a long time so when I saw this compo come by I thought I would throw this at it as is. It's an unfinished game but whats there is still playable and its been sitting dead for a long time which seems a shame.

http://www.bulbaceous.com has it running online inside a simple phone emulator layer. It is just java after all. It's only 48k of actual game btw.

There are some screen shots attached but its playable online so just go play it :)

http://www.bulbaceous.com

You could also try running the thing on a real phone as well, the files you need are

http://www.wetgenes....lbaceous_M1_16_D.jar
http://www.wetgenes....lbaceous_M1_16_D.jad

or

http://www.wetgenes....lbaceous_M2_16_D.jar
http://www.wetgenes....lbaceous_M2_16_D.jad


Which are midp1 and midp2 versions respectively, java on phones is strange and icky, try both :)


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Re: Bulbaceous Balls
« Reply #1 on: January 04, 2007, 12:32:03 AM »
Hi XIX,

I just have to relate a somewhat humorous experience a few folks just had in the DonationCoder IRC Channel because of the timing of this post:

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<Deozaan> So I just did a search for Torsion, which Tinjaw mentioned earlier was a good IDE for Torque. One of the first results was Testicular Torsion a very painful sounding medical condition.
<hamradio> lol
<MouserBot> [DC Forum] Bulbaceous Balls - Accessibility Game Contest - by XIX - http://www.donationc...65.msg47911#msg47911
<Deozaan> Talking about Testicular Torsion and then the next DC post is called Bulbacious Balls?

 ;D ;D ;D


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Re: Bulbaceous Balls
« Reply #2 on: January 08, 2007, 06:48:44 AM »

:)

I suspect I am mentally incapable of naming something without falling into a double entendre or at least innuendo

Really, I've tried, but I can't

I would blame it on being british if it wasn't for the frenchness of the term double entendre :)


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