AVOID SPIKES remains solid advice.

Tempest Time-Lapse


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13 Responses:

  1. thielges says:

    Pretty photos. And since this is the internet a pedantic comment on the blog author's title: those are long exposures, not time lapses.

    • MattyJ says:

      Even more pedantically, I think that technically it's neither time-lapse or long exposure. It's a rapid succession of individual photos that are merged together to make the image at the end.

      Composite-exposure, maybe?

  2. MrEricSir says:

    Every time I see Tempest these days, I'm worried Quas will appear before me. In bright axiom, compeers.

  3. Joe Crawford says:

    Multiple exposure and my god it's full of stars.

  4. Tony says:

    As the taker of the photos, I figured the "T" in "Timelapse" fit the title better than anything else I could come up with, but yeah, who knows what the technique is called! The link and subsequent visits are both appreciated Jamie - thanks.

  5. Any day without spikes is a good day.

  6. Simon says:

    I am missing the "xscreensaver" tag...

  7. jwq says:

    Loved this game, and shooting the spikes at level-end for extra points.

    It was always satisfying to choose a spike of just the right length to shoot during the level transition... such that the very last shot removed the very last part of the spike before the end of the level transition.

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