Monthly Archives: February 2014

Links of the Month

UY Scuti is the largest known star. Its diameter is about 1700 that of the sun’s. Back on earth, some countries are masculine and some feminine. What intrigues me is that we know that Iraq is masculine and India is feminine, but how do we come to learn it? Here is a depressing article on the size of large sea creatures and here is an uplifting basketball shot. Simulated snow. I had no idea, but the Seine is not the only river that flows through Paris. A cool representation of wind patterns on the globe. Something you can do with molten aluminium. Bullets cut in half. Back to largest in the world material: churches. Build your own with legos in your browser.

Sort Mania – Beta

game3Sort Mania is in beta on the google play store.

It is the evolution of the experimental web game I made late last year, but using fingers rather than a mouse makes for a more satisfying experience. Most of the game was coded over the past two weeks. I had already ported the web game to android a bit earlier and started from that.

As noticed when working on Pan’s Remarkable Adventure, most of the work was spent on everything outside of the game proper: level selection, options, main menu and the report sheet at the end of a game.