Artist Bill Kiley, who we last saw putting Robocop in charge of a bunch of kittens, was recently up to his elbows in music, crafting soundtracks for games in the 2012 Molyjam.
Since writing it up on Monday, many more games have been added to the full list of playable prototypes from the goofy, high-energy Peter Molydeux game jam.
Ever wanted to play a video game where you and seven friends control the legs of an octopus? How about where you play as a pigeon and fly from building to building, convincing businessmen not to jump to their deaths? How about a game where the "pause" button is your only weapon?
This weekend, the Molydeux Game Jam—a wacky design fest based on the ideas of fake Twitter account (and Peter Molyneux parody) Peter Molydeux—will officially kick off in almost 30 locations worldwide.
What would Molydeux? We're about to find out.
What would Molydeux? In about a week and a half, we're going to find out. That question, of course, is the name of the coming international game jam that will give game developers in locations around the world 48 hours to break into teams and come up with games based on the wacky game design ideas of Peter Molydeux,…