Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Cursor Adventure - More Info



Release Date: Unknown, demo available
Latest Update: April 1, 2012 (Demo 2)
Size: 1.4 MB

Update (2/11/2014): The password to edit Cursor Adventure has been released. You can find it in the Password section.

Description
A mysterious red gem has been stolen at the local museum, and it's up to you, Curso the Cursor, to take on the quest to retrieve the gem back.
Inspired by Mouse Paths, Pointer's Way, Pixels Neon, and Pac Man World 2, your goal is to guide your cursor through a path-based course without touching any obstacles. Navigate your way through over 60 levels and occasional boss fights!
What makes this mouse maze game different from any other game you've played in the integrated graphics. For example, instead of avoiding rectangles, you may have to dodge cars and boulders coming through your path! As well as that, every level has a different background for you to view. Cursor Adventure is designed to be simple for kids, yet challenging for adults.

This game is currently in Demo/Beta testing, which means that the game is incomplete, but I'll update the game as I go, using your feedback in the process. After playing through the demo, I highly advise you to post a comment here with your response on how the game is.

Tutorial released February 7, 2012
World 1 released April 1, 2012

Compatible With:
-Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 or later
-PowerPoint for Mac 2011 or later
-PowerPoint Viewer 2010 or later

Screenshots:


Password: L2AH3C691X

Saturday, February 4, 2012

How to Make a PowerPoint Web Browser

Did you know that it's possible to create your very own web browser, using PowerPoint? I found out about it yesterday, and man, it's amazing!

Here's a link to get your web browser started: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M_qxIcYO6i8

Note: This video was NOT made by me, but it's a very helpful guide. Let me know what you think.