INTERNET ART: networks, performative programming, and web as context


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Squish Z Bug Game

int xPos;
int speed=2;
int xDir=10;
int score=0;
int misses=100;
PImage Sky;
PImage bug;
boolean lost=false;

void setup()
{
size (1000,400);
smooth();
Sky = loadImage(“sky1.png”);
bug = loadImage (“bug.png”);
xPos=width/40;
fill(20,25,123);
textSize(24);
}

void draw()
{
background(Sky);
image(bug,xPos,height/4,40,40);
xPos=xPos+(speed*xDir);
if (xPos > width-20 || xPos<20)
{
xDir=-xDir;
}
text(“Squishes = “+score,8,280);
text(“Misses = “+misses,width-180,280);
if (misses<=0)
{
textSize(80);
text(“Squish Again”, 125,100);
noLoop();
lost=true;
textSize(20);
}
}

void mousePressed()
{
if (dist(mouseX, mouseY, xPos, 200)<=80)
{
score=score+speed;
speed=speed+1;
}
else
{
if (speed<1)
{
speed=speed-1;
}
misses=misses-1;
}
if (lost==true)
{
speed=4;
misses=100;
score=0;
xPos=width/2;
xDir=2;
lost=false;
loop();
}
}


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Money $$

Money of course makes the world go round and some people are willing to do just about anything to get there hands it. So why not get paid for doing dares on the app Double Dog (based on the movie) if you don’t like the dare then just double dare the person that’s dared you. I made a dare and sent it out for $1 (images posted below) it was something super odd. However, I wanted to see if I could sell this extreme prank/dare. Unforntualy, the person who reiceved the dare denied the action and double dared me, which means they have to pay me to act out the dare….. well I didn’t and I chicken out so I ended up paying them triple. Overall the game is so much fun and for the right price and if your brave enough you can make a lot of money.