Ryan Carmack, the son of programming genius John Carmack has made – and released – a basic little game called Angry Face. He’s nine. 🙂
What were you doing at that age? Probably not making videogames, but then your dad isn’t the guy who invented the first person shooter so that’s understandable.
Polygon says Ryan made the game in Unity in C# , a creation tool that is designed to help make games faster than ever. It’s very much a Pong clone but with a twist: players control not one but two paddles as they attempt to keep a small, round angry face bouncing between the two that can be played either alone or with a friend.
Naturally dad helped with some of the trickier programming bits and mom (Katherine Anna Kang, id Software’s former director of business development) c0ntributed some art assets, but Ryan was responsible for the direction of the game, even roping his four-year-old brother into sound design and testing. Those sound effects? Little brother.
Can I get an “Awwwwwwww!”?
To try it out, grab a friend and click here and prepare to be very depressed about what you were doing when you were nine.
Angry Face is only playable on a browser running on a Mac or PC, so if you’re reading this on a smartphone you’re out of luck. Sorry! Hahahaha
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