I just played through all the 'differences' games, and not only am I impressed, but I adored all the pop culture references. I saw a few radiohead and gorillaz ones, and I'm pretty sure an aphex twin and and FLCL one too?
Seriously... I love you so much, I can't even express it. These games are amazing, could play them all day (and night). If you had made more games like this and sold them as computer games in stores, I would buy them all. The music is relaxing (even though it may be a bit annoying over time) and you give me so much inspiration! Thank you
I have played every Differences game from 5, to 6. Today I found 4 and I love it as much as the others! You rock, dude. I love Red too! I played these games every day in highschool and if my damn work didn't block your website, I'd play 'em there too. haha <3
I'm so glad you made another one of these. I think this might be the first time that I forgot that I was playing a game, and just got lost looking at all the little details. The music helped in that respect too. God, that track is so good. And that last level, that it was slow makes it a really good conclusion. Anyway, I'm gonna play it again, so good job and thank you for making something pretty awesome!
You make these silly find games into art... I found myself not wanting to finish the puzzle because I wanted to see how the picture would pan out. The tree one was beautiful, it looked like stained glass; the ink blot was extremely creative; and I liked the cameos your graffiti pigeons make, too. Again, wonderful job!
I've heard about that, and honestly, it would be cool if that's how we did it from the start, but I'm so used to my current setup, I don't think I could ever switch with any gain in efficiency. Of course maybe I'm wrong. There's always that.
OKYA!! so I've got a serious question. I want to start working with glass, just to expand my creative horizons, and I want to start with one of those workbench torches so I can make little things and get used to the medium.
Well it depends on your final goal... If it's to be a good lampworker, then that's a great idea... If you're thinking more along the lines of larger work made in the hotshop, then perhaps seeking out a hotshop to dip your toes in would be a better way to go about things.
There are many ways to get there... But it all depends on where you want to go...
DUDE! I am thoroughly, THOROUGHLY impressed by the way this blows the other previous games out of the water, though, those were amazing as well! Case, my man, this game is a top notch, PROFESSIONAL masterpiece. Props all the way brother. Can't wait to see ya again Case!