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5-9-14


10-11-13

GOPHERS!


10-7-13

1-15-14

Newest version with new tutorial videos, additional achievements, etc.


10-11-13

GOPHERS!


10-7-13

Version to Test


7-22-13

New Version - Bug fixes with 'Continue' button


8-26-13

New Version - Sequential level unlocking, disabled assessment


7-22-13

New Version - Bug fixes with 'Continue' button


7-19-13

New Version - Updated Level Select Screen


7-18-13

New Version - Updated Level Select Screen


7-2-13

Fixed problems with level unlocking.


6-27-13

New Hint/Tip Screen. Change to level unlocking.


5-24-13

Thirds and Halves!


5-17-13

Thirds and Halves!


4-26-13

Game Lab Test Version


4-23-13

Further work on reflection, halves, etc. (Catapult is broken)


4-09-13

Working on reflection, halves, etc.


3-22-13

*Not Functioning Properly* Game Over Gopher - Adding halves, new tower, etc.


3-12-13

Game Over Gopher - QA Changes


5-24-12

Game Over Gopher w/ More Bug Fixes


5-22-12

Game Over Gopher w/ More Bug Fixes


5-21-12

Game Over Gopher w/ New Bug Fixes


5-18-12

Game Over Gopher - 'Complete' Version


4-24-12

Game Over Gopher - Version to test before 4/25 meeting


4-19-12

Game Over Gopher - Beta Version on Math Snacks Site - with a few more fixes


4-12-12

Game Over Gopher - With some more sounds, Challenge Modes/Endless Level


4-10-12

Game Over Gopher - With some more sounds, Challenge Modes/Endless Level


4-9-12

Game Over Gopher - With some more sounds, Challenge Modes/Endless Level


4-3-12

Game Over Gopher - Some New Art, Partially functional Challenge Modes


3-20-12

Game Over Gopher - Testable Version


3-12-12

Game Over Gopher - Testable Version


3-9-12

Game Over Gopher - With Fixed Tutorial Videos


3-5-12

Game Over Gopher - With Fixed Tutorial Videos


3-1-12

Game Over Gopher - With Tutorial Videos


2-16-12

Game Over Gopher - Started implementing new tutorials


2-7-12

Game Over Gopher - Started implementing new tutorials


2-2-12

Game Over Gopher - Starting to implement treasure hunt changes


1-31-12

Game Over Gopher - w/ sound and bug fixes


1-27-12

Game Over Gopher - Testable Version w/ Bug Fixes


1-24-12

Game Over Gopher - Testable Version w/ Bug Fixes


1-23-12

Game Over Gopher - Testable Version


1-20-12

Game Over Gopher - Updated version with some more bug fixes


1-19-12

Added auto-save of level progress.


1-17-12

Added auto-save of level progress.


1-10-12

New Version - With some performance changes


1-9-12

New Version


10-11-11

New Version - w/ changes to mining machines and bottom queue, etc.


11-18-11

New Version - w/ Pause Button, art fixes, etc.


10-11-11

New Version - w/ changes to mining machines and bottom queue, etc.


9-30-11

Modified Version, with fixes for the major bugs


9-27-11

New Test Version


9-21-11

New Test Version


9-15-11

New Version for Testing


9-8-11

New Version for Meeting Review


9-1-11

Concept Art


9-1-11

Mostly Working updated version, for review at meeting


8-30-11

Partially Working updated version, with new mining mechanic


8-4-11

New Game Version. Awesome rodents.


8-12-11

The first test version


8-4-11

New Game Version. Awesome rodents.


6-8-11

The game has once again gone through some drastic changes. It shares much of the code of the previous version, but with some major changes. Now, you are given the coordinates of a moving enemy's course and you are supposed to defend your base from the enemy. The theme is an underground gopher attacking your prized pumpkin.


5-15-11

The game has been rebuilt to include movable units, fog of war, enemies and approach warnings. The grid is hidden except when needed. The game supports multiple enemy types and multiple unit types with varying appearances and statistics.


4-15-11

An early version of the game. The theme has been changed from robots to pinatas. In this version, you still drag x and y coordinates individually and then press build to place a unit.


4-01-11

Another early version of the game. In this version you draw cards which are used to attack enemy points. You also have points you can use to modify the x and y location of the cards.