Introducing Scrap Metal - our new game!

2014-01-11 04:50:36 by DarkTimmy

Introducing SCRAP METAL – Donley Time Foundation’s latest game! 

Have you ever wanted to manage a Robot Fighter? Maybe win a Robot Fighter Championship perhaps? WELL NOW YOU CAN! Soon you will have your own fighter! YES YOU! Manage him, train him and WIN PRIZES AND UPGRADES!! 

Big thanks to Jumping Joe Mad who provided the awesome name for this game (he also named your fav and mine  Boss 101). 

Excited! You should be! More news coming and in the meantime – enjoy this very first screen screenshot. Thank you and more to come! #screenshotsaturday #scrapmetal


Scrap Metal


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2014-01-11 12:25:45

waiting for it, i love your games bro xD

DarkTimmy responds:

Thank you - we have a few games on the way - one of them being a Boss 101 sequel with as many of your requests in it as possible! YES!




2014-01-11 15:56:14

Holy shit, you guys are coming out with games left and right

DarkTimmy responds:

HA!!! Thanks - yah, we're on a roll. Some good news is a Boss 101 sequel is in the queue as we speak!


2014-01-20 21:09:29

It looks awesome! Haha love the robo dog! Can't wait for more!

DarkTimmy responds:

Thank you brother! I'm finishing it up right now! I'll post when it's done!




2014-02-03 07:11:09

see, now this i am interested in. very original, looks like fun-with-graphs meets rock-paper-scissor meets...errr.....robots.

DarqTimmy, i've written a pretty mean review for your latest game, but that's because nothing makes me sadder than to see those with real skill and talent as we see see the time behind it wasted on cookum-clicker clones. this project looks like the one to shame that.

good luck!

DarkTimmy responds:

Thanks for the comment and the review. 100% no worries about any 'mean spirited' stuff at all. I'd be more concerned if you just passed it up! I'm glad the game got your to write. Must mean something is working.

Also - I think Scrap Metal is shaping up to be a really fun game. It's evolved quite a bit since I started. Most of my games sorta make themselves. They start as one idea but as we go along they 'tell' me what they really are. I suppose in that way they are like kids. They have their own personalities and if you dress them in the wrong clothes they complain!

Thanks for the complements about skill and talent. I'm a beginner in many ways. I appreciate the nice words though. Cosmic Clicks was a blast and I personally don't think I wasted anytime since i learned a lot about programming. In fact I created many of the code routines in Dan Devil and Cosmic I use today!

Keep a lookout and they games will get better. I know with each step I take I feel better about my ability.