FLIPPER is a freeware image editing app for Window's PC.
It's primary function is to make LARGE (1920 x 1080) symmetrical TILES.
(This process often adds (astounding?) interest to otherwise mundane photos.)
FLIPPER also provides (easy one-click) mirror and flip and an array of basic FX.
The idea here is to avoid those heavy and hard to learn image editing apps.
The 'Flipper.exe' is stand alone portable and does not require any installation.
FLIPPER is designed for LANDSCAPE image orientation. (PORTRAIT images will be deformed.)
FLIPPER does NOT store your images, collect data or add a watermark.
Found a bug? Request a certain feature or function?
You can leave a comment or contact me on Facebook.
Feedback is welcomed and always appreciated.
Made a great tile? Please upload it for the community to admire...
V1 1.0 - The Game version has a few more 'bells and whistles' than the Prolite.
The interface is larger and notably includes a two stage 'SHRINK' function.
The game is passive (no input required) and should resolve itself in a few minutes.
The game's theme is EVOLUTION...hence the name.
This version has music which may, like the game, be disabled if you wish.
I decided to include this first version as an option...
...as it represents a lot of work - too many hours to simply abandon.
It's kinda fun anyway...and may surprise you?
V2 1.0 - The Prolite version is a refined, no-nonsense build of the Evo version.
It's for serious TILERS - (Use this version if you don't like fish : )
Prolite is fully functional but lacks the following Evo features:
Small preview - Shrink function - Music - Game - Fish
V3 1.0 - Should be be considered as a re-badged 'FLIPPER 1.1'.
I found some other apps called FLIPPER so this is to avoid confusion.
Several improvements in this release - mainly a better SAVE function
You can also tile a tile...to infinity - handy for seamless tile backgrounds.
ZYGAN is a 2D space/physics based game for WINDOWS PC.
It's still in development, so the DEMO levels provided here are mainly for testing.
You're welcome to comment about the game (bugs?) on the Zygan Facebook page.
I'm looking for testers...so your feedback would be valued and appreciated.
Please follow the ZYGAN page if you're interested in new level updates...
Passive games have no user input and resolve themselves over time.
They're based on physical collisions which randomize and vary the visual gameplay.
Great if you're not really into gaming...or just want to pass some time.
Have a great day!