LEAF

LEAF is a game for the Acorn Archimedes which I started in 98, returned to and finished in 2003, never actually released, but displayed at galleries until my A3010 disk drive got tired of touring.  After this it sat mouldering in a cupboard until I brought the disks to the Risc Os London Show 2018 and Rob Coleman kindly restored it.  You can now download it and run it in an Archimedes emulator.  I’ll be looking into releasing physical copies for collectors and a version for those running Risc OS on Raspberry PI’s shortly.


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I’m particularly keen to see if anyone actually starts making levels with it, but I guess that’s optimistic.

GETTING THE EMULATOR WORKING

The emulator that I’ve been using is Arculator – download from here

When you unzip and run it, you get a message about missing roms. You can download them from here

I chose riscos3_10.zip , but the other versions may well work as well.

You next put the contents of that zip in the appropriate folder of the ROMS folder.  I chose RiskOs3.1 so I put it in the RISCOS3 folder.

You next have to tell Arculator you’re running RiskOs3

Leaf was created on an A3010 which has this CPU type:


After that, you can use the disk menu to load the LEAF disk image!

Scrapyard Beach Robot Uprising

Scrapyard Beach Robot Uprising

Design and animation by Mike Futcher yogyog.org

Live-action video by Dan Hart

Robot built using components from Custom KL2 Diesel tractor by Betasector https://www.blendswap.com/blends/view/50414

Source of Global Energy : Self Generator

Sculpture by Unus Safardiar
CGI by Mike Futcher

Between the Earth and Sky : Helix

Between the Earth and Sky : Helix

Sculpture by Unus Safardiar
CGI by Mike Futcher

Search for Immortality : Capsule

Search for Immortality : Capsule

Sculpture by Unus Safardiar
CGI by Mike Futcher

Luk Oil Building Sculptures

https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=yF7X7BVxx4s

Luk Oil Building Sculptures

Sculptures by Unus Safardiar
CGI by Mike Futcher

Real Motion
Source of Global Energy
Rise of the Biotechnogenic Age

Unus Safadiar Sculpture Showreel

visualizations of giant kinetic sculptures designed by London-based Russian sculptor Unus Safardiar http://www.unussafardiar.com/ . As his sculptures are often around 20 meters high with several moving parts, Unus works with a 3D artist in the proposal phase. Two of these proposed sculptures are currently being built in Federation Towers: the tallest building in Russia:

Search for Immortality: Capsule, shown in the video at 1:00, will be 470cm x 110cm x 1800cm when built.
Between the Earth and the sky: Helix 1:47 will be 2700cm x 550cm x 550cm when built.
They will be completed in the autumn.

The sculpture at 1:30 is designed by Vitarli Vin.

Unus Safadiar – Transmission: Search for Immortality

CGI visualisation of a sculpture designed by UNUS SAFARDIAR

Elemental Ink

Dragon animation for the short film Elemental Ink by Frank Bruno.

Hardcore Jack Frost

A hardcore version of the nature spirit Jack Frost, plus a breakdown of the processes that made it.

Steam Engine

Steam, cogs, atmosphere.

Unus Safadiar Luk Oil Building

CGI visualisations of sculptures designed by UNUS SAFARDIAR

Even The Kitchen Sink

Do you wish you could take EVERYTHING on holiday?

Rust Inhaler – Grand Theft Artifacto

Interactive music video. Find your way through this mechanical moving maze.

Win Hearts and Minds

The strangest ever shooting gallery that morphs before your eyes – can be won by collecting all 8 awards for different styles of play.

Mudane Game



Franz Kafka’s Metamorphosis (demo)

kafka

TO PLAY:
Unzip the zip file to a folder on your hard-drive, and double-click kafkagamedemo.

Cursor keys to move,
Space to jump,
Q to quit the game.

Space also starts the game.

Windows Version
Linux Version
Mac version

Game Technology Against Cancer

Download from GAMEJOLT

This is an interactive simulation of myeloma cancer cells inside the bone marrow and the destruction that it causes.

Your task is to prevent myeloma cell from spreading and maintain the health of the bone.

Two kinds of cells native to the bone are here to help you. Osteoclasts (bone resorbing cells) will dig out the damaged bone, making way for osteoblasts (bone building cells) to fill in with fresh bone. The myeloma cells secrete chemicals that attract osteoclasts while blocking osteoblasts, harming the balance between the two.

The team consists of:

Andrei Pambuccian – programmer
Mike Futcher – animator & artist
Andy Chantry – medical consultant
Cassie Limb – agent & grant application writer