Lee Weber (aka D3thAdd3r) officially released his latest game! Frog Feast is a simple game where you control frogs intent on eating flies. The frog with the highest score at the end of the round wins. Loosely based upon the Atari 2600 classic Frogs & Flies, the game features two players game play, stomping, AI opponent, the Konami code and much more. Be sure to play it with a friend! The forum post and ROMS are here, the wiki page is here and the game manual is here.
Lee Weber aka D3thAdd3r just released his latest masterpiece, a port of the indie game Alter Ego, a unique platform puzzle game! Players use their alter ego to swap position, collect pixels, and solve levels. All 25 levels from the original Alter Ego are included along with 7 songs, save games and lots of graphics with the help of the SD card. The forums post is here, the wiki entry entry here and the game manual is here. Be sure to give it a spin!
The Uzebox custom 3D printed enclosure is officially released! It fits perfectly the Uzebox PCB and Uzebox kits sold by Adafruit. All parts can be printed on a conventional extrusion based printer (such as the Ultimaker 2) and the STL files are freely available at YouMagine and Thingiverse. You can also follow how it was made by heading to the forums thread. There’s also an assembly guide available here.
Jhhoward released his first game for the Uzebox! Joyrider is an action / driving game in the style of the original Grand Theft Auto and Driver games. It features several game modes like story, survival and pursuit. The game ranked 1st at UCC2014. The ROMs can be found here and the wiki page is here.
Ellipsis just released his first game for the Uzebox! In Holey Moley, you are a mole with a jetpack! Dig as deep as you can and grab all the cash you can then use your jetpack to go back to the surface to recharge and power up before your power runs out! It ranked 2nd at UCC2014. The ROM can be found here, the wiki page is here.
The second Uzebox Code Challenge is over and we have the winners! Head over to the forums to see who won the honors and grabbed the prizes. The link is here. Congratulations to all participants for their exceptional contribution to the Uzebox community!