You're hired to manage the crazy MLP fandom! Move LEFT and RIGHT with arrow keys and SHOOT with spacebar. Bronies drop bits when they're on screen (which is good) but if they get to the bottom of the screen it's Game Over! Also try not to shoot the little fillies that are actual intended audience. Oh, and Bronies will whine and their whining will obscure your screen.
This game has a Mature Content warning because there are some bad words!
So yes, this is the Final Game in the Season 3 Minigames Project! It's a silly one that's just filled with lots of wat and huh, but whatever. The song is I'm Leaving the Fandom by the awesome M Pallente. You can find more of his music at [link] ! For the record: I love the finale and I love Twilicorn and princesses and tiaras yes.
My next goal is to go back and clean up some of the older games a little. I'll be re-releasing everything as a downloadable pack once that's done, excluding Rainbow Dash Text Adventures and the random Scootaloo toy. There are nine games in the series total. After that I will stop making pony fan games for a bit.
This not-retro bootleg 3-in-1 MegaCart brings you three pony games from three Equestria Games in one game thing! Live this year's Equestria Games' prep by running away from Spike as Angel Bunny! Relive last year's Equestria Games' unfortunate bank robbery incident by running away from the Law as Applejack! There's also a third game, but that's a secret. To play the secret game obtain a score of 60 seconds or above in one of the two other games!
v1.1 CHANGES: Fixed a bug where the timer didn't reset properly. Fixed an exploit where mashing buttons fast enough would cause you to run super fast. Now the speed penalty for pressing the wrong key is multiplied by the number of wrong key presses from the last five seconds.
Controls: Pres L, O, or P to run. Don't let Spike/Sheriff catch you. Be careful, you'll lose speed if you press the wrong key!
Mute: Press M to mute or unmute.
So yes, this is the game for episodes 11 and 12! Same episode from two different points of view means same game from two different points of view. Sort of. I've actually always wanted to make a Applejack-runs-on-a-train game and I'm glad I can do this. (There are some prototypes of the Applejack running game in my gallery I think.)
Hi, I've shown a couple of weeks ago my new Oc's, Phillipa and Camelia. Now I'm ready to anounce that they are part of my new animation project, so here's an animation test of how I want the final product to look like (●´∀｀●)
It's funny, the animation took me about 3 hours, unlike the cleanup that little piece of shit took me 2 weeks.
Well, what do you know? I'm alive! And I bring yet another cosplay tutorial!
To be honest, I have a whole bunch that I'm planning to upload very very soon. The only problem is the fact that I haven't taken proper photos of the final result (which I need to organize photoshoots for anyway), not to mention the fact that a lot of these tutorials were techniques I was using for my cosplay competitions. Which I honestly love sharing tips and tricks, but I wanted to keep the costume a surprise until the end. Ah well.
Costume description: While we didn\'t keep an accurate count of how long we spent on this costume, Emmy and I spent well over 100 hours on it.
was responsible for the patterning, heat forming, and base foam work when putting the armor together. She patterned each piece by hand, created the piece out of foam, and attached it all together to get it as form fitting as possible on me. She also did the wiring for the LED\'s in the backpack.
was responsible for all of the detailing on the costume. This includes all dremel work, sealing the foam, craft foam details, painting, weathering, harnessing, etc.
We both have such different skill sets that this really was an ideal project for us to not only learn, but also utilize those skills to produce something above and beyond what we could have done individually. I\'m forever grateful to Emmy for being willing to help me tackle such a large project, and it wouldn\'t have been half as good as it is without her assistance.
Made this while i was in england for my 8 year old nephew who really loved my ram character. He sat there the whole time i was making it and helped make some decisions for what to draw, so things like the flying stars were his idea.
I think its important to embrace creativity with kids, so i didnt mind having his input. Also the games for him and his brother so...
Anyway. I wasnt sure if i wanted to put this up but i thought....why not? someone out there might like it haha.
Its got a lot of bugs (like the sheep appearing on the bottom of the screen after game over or whatever but ive sorta spent enough time on it already).
Apologies for the huge file size. Wanted to keep .JPG artifacts at minimum.
As a huge fan of Shane Gliens I have to say that it was very difficult to choose which one his artwork I would like to sculpt. As I like all of his work. I really wanted to sculpt one of his Poison Ivy's artworks but I ended up choosing this as it felt more interesting comparatively. May be next time.
I've also noticed that most of my favorite artists do like to draw Vampirella a lot. So you will be seeing more of Vampi sculpts from me.