MiniScript Roundup #13
Hi everyone. I take a week off and things go crazy! It's going to be a big one, so lets go!
Trey Tomes is powering through with all sorts of interesting things, so I'll just list them all here for you to check out.
- As well as a video, Trey also has a GitHub repository up along with his videos on imported Tiled tilemaps and using with Mini Micro
That's a lot of updates. Keep up the great work Trey.
- Not to be outdone, Joe has also been doing some work with Tilemaps. Here is his first blog post in a series on looking at how he would do a Donkey Kong.
And here's part 2, on how to handle ladders
- Tweetcodes are programs short enough to fit into a tweet (280 characters). Joe has created one for the Barnsley Fern, a fractal image named after the British mathematician, Michael Barnsley
- Getting in on the tile map action, Max Kratt has found a neat looking web based tilemap editor, Sprite Fusion, and has created a script to import it's tilemaps into Mini Micro. He has put up a GitHub Repository for everyone to enjoy.
Phew, I think that's it. Be sure to message me if you've found something I've missed.
Until next week, have a great one!
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