You move the red cursor and must capture all chaotic particles (the gray squares) before the time runs out (the red bar).
Chaos486 runs on DOS and requires a 386 machine with VGA (but it's tuned to 486's)
Stay inside the square
for Jam 109
A simple game, sure, but I wanted to test waters - this is a MS-DOS/CGA simple game:
You gotta move your little aim inside the shrinking square until it will (almost) engulf you. But be careful because I can't stop your aim and each level will have a faster square!
When you're on target, your aim and the square will turn cyan. If you're outside it, your aim will be white and the square will be magenta.
Use the ASWD keys to move.
Phone Battery Simulator
for Jam 94
The phone battery discharges very quickly! If it drops below a safe level, you must warn the user - but be careful: if you nag too much, you might be replaced! Fail to catch your owner's attention and it will die. Recharging is always fully and the nagging will eventually disperse, but you can never relax!
The life of a battery is a rather boring one.
Controls: any arrow keys will vibrate the phone. Be careful because if you hold it, it will keep vibrating and spending battery.
Q: quit (Linux build only)
One Minute Tunnel
for Jam 89
Guide the red square. You have one minute to reach the yellow square without touching the white squares.
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