ColourTron was my second ever Ludum Dare attempt and the first time I completed it. I’m sure it made sense when I made it but now I’m not entirely sure what you have to do to complete each level. I know the idea behind it was hacking the turrets to change the colour of the missile they fire.

Different colours interacted with each other in different ways—the RGB values of the target were adjusted by the missile but similar values could pass through each other—but I can’t remember how changing the colours effected everything exactly.

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Stoo Goff

Stoo Goff is a writer, musician and programmer hailing from Norwich and now living in Glasgow. When not buried beneath a mountain of programming code or torturing guitars he can be found creating strange new lands and conjuring dreams from nothing. He regularly promises himself that he will finish the next novel and album.

He is heavily influenced by a number of writers and musicians, including: Tom Waits, Ursula Le Guin, Trent Reznor, Neil Gaiman, Amanda Palmer, Gene Wolfe, Frank Miller and a host of Finnish Folk Metal.

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