I’m new here and have no blinks yet. (Kickstarter Backer.)
I have been watching some lunch episodes on youtube and saw a mention of combining two games that were not meant to be combined.
But what if you intentionally wrote two different “games” that could purposefully interact?
You’d get twice the amount of space to program your game. You could make for example one army blink and one terrain blink. Maybe they each can even function as a game on their own but could also be combined. So this setup could provide you with three games.
Or you could create a puzzle with a lock and key concept. One game blink would be the key and one would be the lock. Make a board with locks and pick a few keys en figure where to position them along the edge of the lock. Selecting one color on the key-blink on one side of the blink. Putting that side against the lock. And press it, “shooting” a beam of that color in the lock. Thereby prompting the lock to respond to that color.
These might be some wild ideas and I have no idea if this is appreciated here.
I’m also not yet sure if I will be buying the developer ad on.