Peter Pixel.net is a platformer that takes place in the program Paint and is a sequel to Peter Pixel with 5 all new levels. You, Peter Pixel, must out run the deletion of Paint and escape into the new program Paint.net by coding yourself into it.
game was developed for the 2017 TSA regional game development
competition. This was currently my fourth year in TSA at the time of this
Peter Pixel is a platformer that takes place in the program Paint. You, Peter Pixel, must stop your corrupt brother Roy G. Biv and restore all the stolen colors back to the world.
This game was developed for the 2016 TSA regional game development competition. This currently my third year in TSA at the time of this game. Because this game came in 2nd place, it was able to participate in the TSA states competition.
Q: Do you own Star Stang Games?
A: Yes, I founded the team and the name, and many other things, have been trademarked and I am the owner of said trademarks.
Q: Can I play any games that are finished?
A: Yes, all finished games will be uploaded to this site.
Q: What is TSA?
A: TSA stands for the Technology Student Association and has been around for a very long time. Most high schools have TSA as a club for regional, state, and national competitions. If your school does not have a TSA club talk to your Tech ed. / Applied Tech teacher. (www.tsaweb.org)
Q: Who are your team members?
A: Whenever I need to make a game, I find friends and really anyone who is willing to help. I do have some consistent friends who help constantly though. Their name's are above each game.
Q: Can I get a job?
A: No, but I do need some art work to be done and maybe music so if you would like to apply for a temporary artist position or temporary musician, feel free to email me at email@example.com.
Q: If I do work for you whats my payment?
A: Currently no money will be transferred for work but winning in a TSA competition will look great for colleges and your name will be on the game for recognition. So if you feel like that's something you care about feel free to contact me at the email above.
Q: Can I see some of your previous work?
A: No. GOD NO. Its just bad. Connor Cure-All is the first game I started making quality products.
Q: What software do you use for game making?
A: Game Maker Pro, Minecraft Computer Craft, Unity, and Visual C# 2010, Eclipse, and JGrasp.
Q: What languages do you know coding wise?
A: I am fluent in Lua and have a large grasp on C#. I also know quite a bit of Java.
Q: None of these answered my question what should I do?
A: In that case go back up to the "Can I get a job" question and email me at that email address.