Tick Tock Moddable v0.1 – Windows

April 10, 2011

Here is the first build of Tick Tock Moddable. The plan is for it to be an open world game and to be sufficiently customizable for people to use it to build their own open world games.

But right now its pretty much just Tick Tock Zombie Shooter with a few things missing and a few things added. Its not actually very customizable yet but I have externalized some variables so you can at least change a few things (like how many zombies will spawn or how quickly they move) by editing ini files. I’ll write up a manual for how to build a mod for the game once its actually possible.

I was debating whether or not I should even post it at this stage in development (as a result of how lazy I’ve been feeling for the last few days its very incomplete) but I figured I might as well release what I have since I won’t be working on it for a short while (I want to turn my focus back to what I’m doing for the upcoming Nintendomax competition).

There will be a Wii version (and possible versions for other platforms) but I’m not going to bother porting it until its more complete.

Download the Windows version


Tick Tock Zombie Shooter v1.0 – Wii & Windows

April 4, 2011

Video provided by Cid2Mizard from NintendoMax.
You can find a screenshot of the game here.

Here is another time based game. In this one you need to kill 1000 zombies as quickly as possible.

It plays a lot like They Do Not Die and even has similar arrow people (which I know is an odd thing the carry over considering that it was something that a lot of people disapproved of) but its not really intended as a replacement for it. In a lot of ways it even falls short in comparison. They Do Not Die had a level editor, looked better, loaded faster, ran smoother and would infinity re spawn enemies and let you play indefinitely. But that is not to say that Tick Tock Zombie Shooter isn’t worth trying out. It features destructible walls and four times as many zombies (the game really does have 1000 zombies alive at start up well They Do Not Die never had more then 250 at any given time on Wii).

I’m looking forward to hearing what fans of They Do Not Die think of this.

I’m also curious what if any kind of vehicles people would like to see get a Tick Tock Racing game. Keep in mind that I’m planning to put together a open world game and anything I make for one of these short stand alone games will get included in that.

The music used in this game is Cities In The Stars by Lapse.

Download the Wii version
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Download the Windows version
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Tick Tock Boat Race v1.0 – Wii & Windows

March 30, 2011

Video provided by Cid2Mizard from NintendoMax.

Essentially the exact same game as Tick Tock Car Race except you race around the city rather then through it.

The music used in this game is Princess With A Deadly Right Hook by ApartmentUK.

Download the Wii version
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Download the Windows version
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Tick Tock Tank Fight v1.0 – Wii & Windows

February 27, 2011

Its not quite a sequel but I suppose it is in a way a successor to Tick Tock Car Race. It certainly borrows a lot from it.

rather than racing from checkpoint to checkpoint you are instead tasked with destroying five tanks as quickly as possible.

Use the nunchuck analog stick to move and the wiimote point and B button to aim and shoot.

To be honest I’m not particularly happy with it. There where a lot of things wrong with Tick Tock Car race but most of it was behind the scenes and at the least I thought the gameplay was fun. But I’m not sure that I can say the same about Tank Fight…

The music used in the game is Biosphere by Joshua Arámbula.

Download the Wii version
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Download the Windows version
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Tick Tock Car Race v1.0 on video

February 19, 2011

Video provided by Cid2Mizard from NintendoMax.