-Tile-Based Math Game Project
-Unity 2D Projects: Plane in the River
-Unity 2D Projects: Worm Attack
-Unity 2D Projects: Rogue Frog
-Develop a Puzzle Platformer Game
-Unity 2D Projects: Toads & Fireflies
-Unity 2D Projects: Super Plumbers
-Unity 2D Projects: Rocket Defender
-Unity 2D Projects: Space Attackers
-Unity 2D Projects: Pong
-How to Make Games with GameMaker Studio 2 Using GML
–The Unity 2D Game Developer Bundle –
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For today’s edition of “Deal of the Day,” here are some of the best deals we stumbled on while browsing the web this morning! Please note that Geeks are Sexy might get a small commission from qualifying purchases done through our posts (as an Amazon associate or a member of other affiliate programs.)
–LEGO Ideas NASA Apollo Saturn V 21309 Outer Space Model Rocket –
–OontZ True Wireless BudZ – Bluetooth 5.0 Wireless Earbuds with Amazing Sound and Rich Bass by Cambridge Sound Works –
$34.99 $19.49 (Clip the Coupon at the Link!)
–Echo Dot (3rd Gen) – Smart speaker with Alexa – Charcoal –
–Stylus Pen for iPad with Palm Rejection, Active Pencil Compatible with (2018-2020) Apple iPad Pro (11/12.9 Inch),iPad 6th/7th Gen,iPad Mini 5th Gen,iPad Air 3rd Gen for Precise Writing/Drawing –
–Elite Gourmet Maxi-Matic EBM8103B Programmable Bread Maker Machine –
–Private Internet Access VPN: 2 Years for $69.95 ($2.69 per month instead of $9.95, and get 2 months FOR FREE!) (This is our VPN solution of choice and the one we’re using on all our devices, mobile and desktop)
Check out this awesome series of illustrations by Irina Block, the designer behind the Google Android logo, picturing pre and post covid life situations.
I’ve started creating a bunch of designs as a way of dealing with the stress of pandemic. I am hoping to raise awareness and provide some comic relief from our daily struggles.
From Screen Rant:
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, based on the Roald Dahl book Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is a classic movie that audiences still come back to today since its release in 1971. Starring Gene Wilder as the wacky (sometimes terrifying) factory owner Willy Wonka, the movie is full of yummy-looking candy and the occasional terrifying imagery.
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory definitely raises lots of questions. Like what’s up with Grandpa Joe suddenly getting out of bed after being stuck there for twenty years? Why is that Candy Man just throwing candy at kids? Did Wonka know that one of the kids was going to fall into the chocolate river? What was up with that boat scene? Are these kids going to be okay? Why is Grandpa Joe such a sketchy guy? What’s Charlie going to do as the owner of a candy factory?!
To answer all these questions and more, step inside the Pitch Meeting that led to The Hobbit: Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory! It’ll be super easy, barely an inconvenience.