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BLASTO! Stoplight
COMING (Late 2019)

Stoplight Picture 1

Stoplight Picture 2

 

Description:
     "BLASTO! Stoplight" is a project that I started a while back.  Travelling from city to city working freelance is tough sometimes.  Sometimes it's 16 hours a day and sometimes it's nothing at all.  After work, you have free time to do basically anything.  To keep out of trouble, I decided to create a project for me to work on from time to time.  This was the result.  It's actually an easy game to do.  It could probably be finished in under a month if pressed to do so.  However, I'm holding off in case I work out of town again so I'll have something to do.

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BLOG OF UPDATES

- 5/27/2018 - "BLASTO! Stoplight" is a project that will be probably released when the new Atari VCSii is released (mid to late 2019).  Hopefully it will be a day 1 event.  It is about half done.  The menus need to be redone, better audio, levels and some little things.

 


Alphabet Google Android:
    
Works on Android devices.  However, due to the slowness of older devices, these apps are limited to newer Android versions to avoid lagging.  For most apps it is Android 4.4 KitKat (API 19) or newer.  This covers most Android devices.  Also, Google is phasing out 32-bit apps and requiring apps to run on 64-bit devices (which most are anyways so that shouldn't affect you).

Microsoft Windows x86_64:
    
Has both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows versions.  It will work on most, if not all, Windows operating systems (XP, 7, 8, 8.1 and 10).

Microsoft Windows 10 Universal:
    
Works on all Microsoft Windows 10 devices (laptops, desktops, tablets or phones).  Has both 32-bit, 64-bit and ARM Windows 10 versions.  It will not work on Windows operating systems before Windows 10.

COMING (Late 2019)

- Currently under development with a multi-platform release projected in 2019.

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