Crazy Terry

BlazeItFgt

About

BlazeItFgt is the latest action-packed video game for the TempleOS 64-Bit Operating System.

Released August 11th 2020, the second anniversary of Terry Davis' death.

Features

Attack enemy fortresses, blast through their walls, turrets and guards to destroy the core
Game Over
Collect God Words by harvesting the entropy of your slain enemies!
Destroy
Escape once you've completed your mission
Escape
Framerate independent code. Designed for 60+ FPS gameplay. Multicore processing. No bitmap graphics. 100% code. Written in Ed();
Game Title Screen

Download

Distro ISO: BlazeItFgt-v0.420.ISO
Git: git.kiwifarms.net

How to Play (for heathens)

Download my distro ISO and boot it in either VMware or QEMU

The TempleOS installer has been modified to provide the option of playing the game without installing TempleOS

If you choose to install TempleOS you will be getting the canonical final release (1a1ec79) modified to 60FPS and BlazeItFgt added to the /Home directory. You can use this as a starting point to create your own TempleOS video games.

VMware (Recommended, best performance, best PC speaker)

Configure as "Other 64bit", remove soundcard, networking. Give at least 512MB of RAM, BlazeItFgt will use up to 4 cores, at least 2 is highly encouraged.

I use CTRL+ALT+WIN to escape the VM to avoid TempleOS keybind conflicts

QEMU (awful sound)

qemu-system-x86_64 -machine kernel_irqchip=off -boot d -enable-kvm -soundhw pcspk -smp 3 -m 2048 -cdrom BlazeItFgt-v0.420.ISO

-machine kernel_irqchip=off fixes mouse+keyboard input issues

-drive can be added to include a drive file

Probably hit "M" when the game starts to kill the sound process to avoid ear-rape

VirtualBox

Don't bother, the game will probably chug as super low framerate. No Sound.

Demands

The TempleOS community must stop using Leddit, Discord and other suppressive and proprietary platforms. One must ask themselves, "would they have banned Terry?".
60FPS should be the standard for TempleOS gamedevs. 30 Frames Per Second has never been declared divine, was never a historical standard. The Commodore 64 ran at 60Hz.
VMware must add a TempleOS preset to the new VM selection wizard including TempleOS icon
TempleOS-tan to be drawn as an equal among the rest of the OS-tan universe
TempleOS-tant

Community & Contact

Forum Thread (Onion)
Fediverse: crunklord420@kiwifarms.cc
Matrix Chat: #TempleOS:matrix.kiwifarms.net

Gibs

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