I resumed work on a Virtual Boy game I last worked on in 2016. It's a collection of mini games. I worked today on finishing one of them. I have a new minigame idea all lined up to begin work on the next time I work on this.
In the game "Cranberry Capers," Craig the Cranberry must rescue his fellow fruit from evil monsters.
Here, Craig is about to rescue two cherries. Other fruit include watermelon, strawberry, and tomato. While working on this, I accidentally made it so Craig must move in order for a fruit to appear. I liked that idea, so I kept it in.
I had to modify the code I had to make it work on a real Virtual Boy. So I did that. I have no idea why it does what it does. Perhaps the minigame code loop is too small? I don't know. I have a game in here called "Supper Mario."
I couldn't sleep last night, so I decided to attempt to put in the SMB theme in it. I like my results. Then I went to bed at about 2:30a.m. and woke up at about 2 p.m. I don't know, I guess I sleep too much. It's about 5:30p.m. and I just yawned.
In "Supper Mario," spinies come falling from the sky and land and you must not touch them. If Mario goes off screen, he reappears at the other end, to avoid the spinies. Mario can move only left and right and he can't jump. But I don't know if I should keep the Mario sprites and music in. I really hate C&D orders and I haven't gotten one yet. It's so dumb. I should be able to use this if I want to. What are copyright holders afraid of? Losing money? Like they'd lose a lot with this even if it does get released. If someone uses my stuff I made, I'd be impressed, not angry.
I also have a sort of medical problem: A sort of disc-shaped bump up my butt. It doesn't hurt except when I poop. I have been putting Preparation H on it but it doesn't seem to be helping any. I really don't want to go to the doctor, but I'm getting really sick of it and I may have to if it keeps up.