- No, there's no Vauxhall Lotus Carlton. Yet.

I'm releasing my game this afternoon!

Yeah, it's ready!

6w ago


As many of you know, I'm creating a video game. Here's everything you need to know before it drops this afternoon.

It will be released around 3:00 EST. It won't be exactly that time, but I'll try to get it as close to 3:00 as possible. I will release another post with a link to the game when it drops.

It will be coded in Scratch

In case you don't know, Scratch is a free-to-use computer coding program, which is great for games. Rather than use lines of code like Javascript or Python, Scratch uses "blocks" which already have code in them.

Scratch is the perfect language for beginners, and once you get the hang of it, you can do quite a bit.

With Scratch, users can share their creations publicly, so anyone can see them.

Through Scratch, you will not need to download anything. Just click the link that I'll post later.

It is the most ambitious project I have ever attempted

I've been using Scratch for several years now, but I have never attempted something this big or complex. It took a total of 14 hours to make (obviously I didn't do it straight).

I'd appreciate any support, suggestions, or bug reports.

It is completely free, but isn't playable on mobile.

Mobile is coming, it's just a lot of work for me to program it. For now, use your computer. It's also free. If you paid anybody anything for it, you got ripped off.

It isn't finished

While the game is mostly done, I wouldn't call it finished. There will likely be a few bugs here and there, be sure to let me know about ones that you find so I can try to fix them.

I'm also planning on making a few updates in the future, possibly adding more cars. You guys did a great job choosing cars for the game, and I tried to include as many of them as possible. Obviously, I couldn't put in every one, but I was able to make about 20 or so.

Sadly, I can't include any Previas in the game. Sorry for any inconvenience.

So, what kind of game even is it?

Well, I don't really want to tell all the details, but here's what I'll give:

It's car-related

It's in 3D

It is not racing, but a game of getting a high-score

It's currently called "Outlaw 3D" which I think is a bit of a dumb name, but we'll work on that later.

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