Back in February last year, GameEx released a statement announcing four upcoming projects as a 'farewell' to LittleBigPlanet. These were:
- GameExpo Play! - A brand-new GameExpo Console for the line's 8th anniversary with built-in games from the GameExpo, GameExpo II and GameExpo III, as well as the ability to play any legacy content.
- Quadratum Ludio - A Quadratum player for players to be able to play legacy content without having to scour the depths of LittleBigPlanet for an unofficial release.
- NeXT Lite - A brand-new lightweight and open-source NeXT for LittleBigPlanet 3 that replaces the NeXT S and NeXT Basic - with little thermometer usage and ease-of-use for beginners in mind.
- NeXT v2.5 - The much anticipated third LBP3 update to NeXT that …
Hey all! I thought I'd write an in-depth post about how each main Console I created came to be.
- 1 GameExpo Classic & GameWave Classic (2011)
- 2 GameExpo II, GameWave II & SoundWave II (2011)
- 3 Quadratum & Quadratum Musica (2012)
- 4 NeXT & NeXT MP3 (2012)
- 5 NeXT Ubique & NeXT Shadow (2012)
- 6 GameExpo III (2013)
- 7 SoundWave (2013)
- 8 NeXT Basic (2014)
- 9 MusicPlayer (2014, 2019)
- 10 The Continuation (2020+)
So, first of all, we have the GameExpo Classic - or, as it was then known, the GameExpo. I remember working on the last update for the JukeBox XI with robbit10 at some point in 2011. The JukeBox XI is a music player, with a revolutionary Cartridge structure that continues to be the foundation for Cartridge structures today, such as in the MusicPlayer v1.2 and the …
I thought I'd post an update regarding the situation of T-Games Legacy.
When T-Games dissolved in late 2018/early 2019, three pillars of the original team continued: T-Games Archives (re-named to T-Games Legacy Archives), GameEx and GemWay.
These pillars continued through a new subsidary of Trixel Creative called T-Games Legacy, which secures all of T-Games' original assets and creations that were not re-branded to the Trixel Creative name. It's important to note that T-Games and T-Games Legacy are not the same entity at all: T-Games Legacy simply have the naming rights to T-Games, as well as the rights to their assets.
This brought a little bit of a shake-up when it came to GameEx and GemWay, as they were independent teams that were …
Hey, Bobob LiteNing here. I currently cannot play LBP right now, but here's some info on LiteNing!
- 1 Current Consoles
- 1.1 SoundBox (LBP2)
- 1.2 GamePack (LBP2)
- 2 Planned Consoles
- 2.1 Game Droid (LBP2)
- 2.2 MusiCart (LBP3)
- 2.3 Wave TV (LBP3)
- 2.4 Henimo Wave (Wave TV)
- 2.5 RGames TV (Wave TV)
- 2.6 Lumen (LBP2)
- 2.7 beatplayer (LBP3)
- 2.8 SuperSequencer (LBP3)
It's a tiny music player!
Wait, was I even involved with this thing? The GamePack is a collaboration with RGames, and its main feature is interchangeable firmware. I did almost nothing with v1.0.0, to be honest...
This is a collaboration with Kowan011. Unlike the GamePack, we both had a hand in creating the console, and we actually got pretty far into making it! Features include a moveable screen, an ID system for multi…
Update: The transformation is now complete!
Original Article: When T-Games finalized its merge with Trixel Creative in 2019, it was decided that the subsidiary T-Games Legacy would be formed, maintaining outdated T-Games branded content under a organisation still maintained by Trixel Creative.
One of the platforms T-Games Legacy would operate from was decided to be the T-Games Wiki (to be re-branded 'T-Games Legacy Wiki' and in collaboration with the T-Games Legacy Archives), which is where you are right now.
This wiki aims to catalogue all T-Games Legacy creations. However, the Wiki has also found itself cataloging Trixel Creative creations for several reasons.
As a result, Trixel Creative is now gaining full ownership of the wiki, and all Tri…
The MusicCart is a music player made out of a NeXT cartridge. I currently have asked Billy for permission to release it, and once it is finished and I get the permission, the MusicCart will release! It might even be featured on this wiki.
Shy enough? (talk) 17:31, February 13, 2019 (UTC)
I realized again not too long ago that, while I pride myself in being the most prolific LBP game developer, my games are actually of widely varying quality. I decided to create a guide rating all of them and briefly describing them, so people know what to get, I suppose. As I am away at college and unable to directly work in LBP3, I can't actually go back and reference the games, so this will mostly be from memory. I'd consider remaking some of them in better, more playable forms, as happened to a few that went on to star in the GWLBPCR series (or whatever it was called) on the Super Player, but I can't be too sure how much of LBP's community will still be left when I'm back in June or so.
Anyway, the list is sorted by quality, but each gam…
With Trixel Creative's focus shifting from LittleBigPlanet, and focus being taken away from the T-Games Legacy consoles, GameEx will be celebrating the 8th anniversary of GameExpo with a big event titled 'LegacyEx'.
LegacyEx will be GameEx's grand farewell gift to LittleBigPlanet, and will see a new addition to each core GameEx line: GameExpo, Quadratum and The NeXT Generation.
- 1 GameExpo Play!
- 2 Quadratum Ludio
- 3 NeXT Lite
- 4 NeXT v2.5
GameExpo Play! will be a brand-new addition to the GameExpo line brought to you in collaboration with GemWay, and will be the main focus of the LegacyEx update. GameExpo Play! features touch controls and complete backwards-compatibility with each GameExpo installment, including: GameExpo Classic, GameWave Classic, Ga…
For those of you that are currently unaware, T-Games is currently in the process of shutting down and transferring all of its assets over to Trixel Creative by the 1st of January 2019. This begs the question, what will happen to the T-Games Wiki (and the T-Games website) after that date?
All currently supported content (with some exceptions) will be making its way over to the Trixel Creative domain. For example, all of our currently supported LittleBigPlanet content (such as Evergreen Park: Revenge of the Bubbles and Traffic Panic 2: Road Rage!) will be given a re-branding. You may be wondering then, what will happen to the older T-Games content? The stuff that isn't currently supported? The NeXT? Larry Da Vinci's 'SkyWheel'? Well, these it…
Wowee, what a break that was! After over 2 years of silence, here's a brand-new edition of the T-Games Newsletter. As the time span of this article is so long, we're going to stick to the main news!
On the 11th of August 2017, T-Games launched its Trinity Servers scheme, which allows community Discord servers to unite together in order to provide an assured quality environment.
Read more about the programme by visiting the Trinity Servers page on the wiki.
...and that's all for now! We hope to see you again soon!
I published the level a while ago, but I never announced it here yet. I have created a Sonic fan game called Sonic Robo Rush, Robotnik has captured Tails and created 5 huge towers that generate badniks, and Sonic needs to destroy them all. For anyone that wants to try it out, here it is. If there are any bugs to report, it might be a PS4 thing that I have no power to fix. Please leave some feedback in the reviews!
The T-Games Archives regret to inform that T-Games has recently suffered from a major data loss due to a malfunctioning database.
The case is currently being investigated by the T-Games Archives, who are assessing the information and attempting to recover as much information as possible.
The amount of data lost is currently unknown, however it is thought to be substantial and mainly affecting the GameEx studio.
The T-Games Archives released this statement:
The latest data loss suffered by T-Games is currently being assessed by the T-Games Archives. Although the amount of data lost is thought to be considerable, it is possible that back-ups have been prepared in the case of this happening. The investigation may take several weeks or even months…
I don't think I told you guys that I made .4, but I did. It was 2014, and I was just about ready to show you guys, but then I got carried away with everything else in my life.
Pretty much everyone has a 0.0.3 copy at this point, but unique to this one is a git repository and a new, updated splash featuring a brand new logo that's simpler in my opinion. It also features the new T-Games logo. Yay for updated, modern stuff.
The git repository should be useful for development. If you don't know how to use git, that's fine; when you extract the code, just don't take out .gitignore nor the .git folder or else you'll have useless storage space taken up. The repository contains thr…
We've recently rolled out some fresh logos for our LittleBigPlanet levels and series that did not have them. These include logos for Larry Da Vinci's 'SkyWheel', Tap That!, Evergreen Park and Music Maker.
What do you think?
The T-Games Archives have recently been able to recover valuble information by digging deep into the comments of Billy Anderson's TardisBill profile comments! The Archives sorted through every single comment - all 1,305 of them, ranging all the way back to the 12th of February 2011. Because of this, the Archives have managed to restore the following information:
- On November 20, 2011 'Push the Button!' underwent a major design change.
- GameWave Classic was released on September 20, 2011
- GameExpo II was first teased on the 25th of October
- GameExpo II was originally intended to be released on the 1st of December
- GameExpo II v1.7 was released on the 13th of January 2012
- GameExpo II v1.8 was released on the 15th of January 2012
- GameExpo II v1.9…
Through the years, I've gotten more experienced with MediaWiki, and one thing I don't think is known all too well are the Special pages.
Special pages give useful information about what's needed, what isn't updated, what's linked to the most, what's linked to the least, what has or needs no information, what has the most information, what nobody cares about, what everyone cares about, what used to be, what forces you to click the home button, what hurts the servers, what has Valve Anti-Cheat, what gets organized the most, and what files people like to look at/use.
Special pages can especially help for figuring out what needs work, etc. and you can also get some interesting data to draw conclusions from.
I thought this would be usefuuuul.
I thought this would be fuuuun.
This was the first attempt at creating a profile picture for T-Games online. It's important to note that at this time (pre-2012) the LittleBigPlanet 2: Move Pack had not been released, and as such, the logo was displayed on hologram and the centre was made transparent. This image was taken in LittleBigPlanet 2 against a black background which was then (badly because of all the artifacts, hence the heavy blurring) chroma keyed out and placed on that blue gradient background.
I had completely forgotten that for over a year the T-Games Logo contained no black, but was simply blue and transparent.
This was the first proper T-Games logo uploaded to the wiki site in July 2013. It was created using stickers and sticke…
As you probably know, my old account was TardisBill. In mid-2014 I made the switch to BillyAnderson9 for PlayStation 4 and have been using it ever since (apart from November 2014 to publish 'Traffic Panic!' on TardisBill and for various other archive reasons).
Well, today I published a new level on TardisBill. That's right - and it's not a "I've moved over to BillyAnderson9 now" level either.
The level is titled 'The TardisBill Level Archives' and is pretty much what you'd expect. On my TardisBill Earth there are five levels that are not accessible via normal play. Either they were made into sublevels to give the impression that they had been deleted, are LBP1 exclusive or have just been made redundant. These levels are:
All of these le…
You guys may or may not be happy about what I found, but I found it regardless and I don't know how I feel about it.
Now it's a very minor thing; it's not controversial, but it does raise some questions about how email services should be run.
Yeah, emphasis on email. Let me explain.
Recently I went into my current email account to do some cleaning (because, you know, inboxes will fill up after years of neglect), and I saw two test emails sent byJune 27, 2014 6:32:36 AM
Don't you know? I put my full trust in 'TGamesofficial' to give me confidential details about my registration!
- Hello Jaren,
This is the correct response.
- This is an email notification to inform you that your T-Games Network Account has been set-up!
...I couldn't tell from the text in …
Sooo you know we had that little scenario a little while back where I was like "Traffic Panic! is featured in a book!" and you guys were like "proof plz" and there was none...
I bought the book. It's in there.
Traffic Panic is officially #2 in Game On! 2016's 'Top Custom Levels' section :)
Finale came in two iterations; the first one was planned as the sequel to Increase in Measurement, which was my first release ever and the last under The Darkness Within (I scrapped the name because there's already a band under it). The second one was never actually put out, so now I've rectified that with this new remaster of four songs from it (there were six total). Whether they sound better is up to you to decide, as remasters are frequently criticised for ruining the sound for high-fi systems especially, which is not what's happening here. The composition is no different; both versions, old and new, have the same notes1 and instruments2 played from start to finish, and the like; the difference is how they are tuned.
Solar Prelude and Ele…
Hello! We've been very busy behind-the-scenes and am happy to announce lots of new changes coming to T-Games in the coming weeks! First of all, the most major change is the introduction of a new design scheme. Although logos have changed since 2011, our design scheme has kept to being black, white and blue... however, that is all about to change!
The new design scheme,Spectrum, incorporates all colours of the rainbow, in order to promote themes of fun, diversity and acceptance. You can view the new logo, as well as the new logo for the T-Games Wiki below:
With this new design change is a major update to the T-Games website. That's right - not only are the background and logos changing all over the site, but the whole thing is getting a majo…
There are quite a few reasons for this...
1:The Phantom Squad may or may not take down the PSN
servers on christmas day for a whole week. 1.5:I realised a hacking war with the Phantom Squad and
the Lizard Squad is going on... *^*"
Nothing's a worry about them for now...
2:I unfortunatly got banned/temporarily suspended from
- UNBANNED! And I made a new account called ZoltonAuburn1956 anyway.
3:Some life things.
4:I got addicted to a few PC games including Undertale & Bloons TD Battles...
I am now confirming that 1.5 will be the final Sunbeem and Musicalbeem 1.3 will be that one's final updates due to me trying to move on to LBP3 after I finish all of my LBP2 projects and fill up my (LBP2) level space.
I'll only be making a few more Sunbeem games, including a christmas seasonal one because I can.
As mentioned earlier, I will end mainstream general LBP2 support when I am done with Sunbeem 1.5, Musicalbeem 1.3, and Sunbeem Solar 1.2, and other projects.
When I end mainstream support, I will most likely not ever update any of these consoles ever, but I am 100% sure there will be no more First-Party games.
When I move on to LBP3, something new will rise...
Anyone here want to help? Also, shortest Blog Post ever! XD
Guys, look at all of these edits in the past few days, I'm getting better and faster at making pages and articles, especially Catalogs! I think that I'm making a difference to this (my favorite) Wiki. And I really hope to make big differences and have a large amount of activity.
Do you know what would be cool? Adding cool unique Emoticons to the inactive Wiki chat! What do you guys think?
As you may or may not have noticed, a new set of logos have started being rolled out. These set of logos are simply an experiment as of right now, and may change regularly.
All feedback is welcome!
I feel like making a page about The Invasion series.It would go well as the series is entirly on T-Games Consoles...
T-Games and Trixel hosted the first ever Tri-Expo this week, and
unfortunately for their timing, I was too busy watching Justin
Trudeau win a landslide majority victory in the election. The gist
of it is, apparently Stephen Harper's campaign organizer was a
(any expletive here), and that he bailed on the
Conservatives once the Liberals started gaining in the polls (we'll
legalize marijuana). Sad too because the NDP was almost squashed
that night. A lot of talk on social media has it that the Liberals
will be held to their word on electoral reform so that strategic
voting can become a thing of the past.
But enough of that, I also missed quite a bit of stuff at Tri-Expo, so I'll comment here and now.
- Inspired by minigames from the Little…
While editing the Comparison of Console Features page,the font changed and everything was skinnier.What's your opinion,I think it's -eh-
EDIT:I realised Firefox automatically zoomed out for some reason. XD
Today I made the NeXT Basic cartridges sharable, as well as the NeXT Ubique Accessory.
I also fixed a typo on another one of my LBP2 TardisBill levels.
Here is a suggestion I have, and I'm all open to criticism.
I added a catalog label on the Infobox. The first article that has received this is the Sunbeem, and you can use it as an example.
I figured that consoles aren't just limited to games, so instead of calling it the List of Console Games, we can call it the console's Catalog, and the definition broadens up the spectrum of content. Think of it as the list of games plus music plus other interactive content without needing to call it the List of Console Cartridges or List of Console Content. Catalog sounds more market-y, shopping-ish, and ultimately better.
It is one of the major pillars of T-Games. Not only is it a sign of how far we have come, but it was also the catalyst that brought a brand new community to LittleBigPlanet. There's no kidding that it certainly plays a major role in not just T-Games, but LittleBigPlanet history.
Of course, I'm talking about the GameExpo.
It is after much consideration that GameEx have decided, that on the 9th of November 2015, 4 years after the release of the GameExpo II, that the GameExpo line will be discontinued.
The level will be re-published by a memorial level, displaying the full history of GameExpo, whilst also showcasing all of the differnet skins and variations that were ever released. The original GameExpo, GameExpo II and GameExpo III models will …
I'm having a small case of OCD with the Sunbeem as SCHOOL,
Planing to make NeXT/GE/FM Games,
Kowan is off;again with OCD on the Edge, XD
I have a few level ideas,but can wait.
Not working on Retro Adventure as much,
Knee deep in making Games for GEIII/NeXT/FM,
Kinda helping Kowan with the Edge "edgey console",
And not really working on the Hub Overhaul too much...
I have 2 projects I focus on right now:
1:"The Upcoming" That's the project name,The real thing is the Everything Menu Store Thing.My "Hub" overhaul..(LBP2)
2:Retro Adventure!No information will be given until furthur notice...(LBP3)
I NEED SUGGESTIONS NOW!!!
As you may or may not know, albums are certified labels 'silver', 'gold' and 'platinum' which represent how many figures they have sold in certain regions. Welp, a few days ago I decided to start certifying T-Games levels based on the amount of plays they get. You can check this out here.
I've had this system running for about a week to see if it would actually be of use, and Traffic Panic! today became a x7 platinum, which is pretty cool :)
The T-Games Archives are finally taking a step forward, and publishing archived content online via locked sub-levels.
- Original GameExpo Classic
- GameExpo Classic v3.3/v4 Console
- GameExpo Classic v3.3/v4 Cartridge
- GameExpo Classic Multiplayer Prototype
- GameExpo Classic Multiplayer Prototype Cartridge
- GameExpo Classic Pong
- GameExpo Classic Block Drop
- GameExpo Classic BreakOut
- GamExpo Logo
- GameExpo II v1.0 Console
- GameExpo II v2.1.1 Console
- GameExpo II v2.1.1 Game Cartridge
- GameExpo II Memory Card
- GameExpo II v2.1.1. Presentation Cartridge
- GameExpo II Pong
- GameExpo II Block Drop
- GameExpo II BreakOut
- GameExpo II Slim
- GameExpo III v1.0.4 Console
- GameExpo III Cartridge
- GameExpo III Memory Card
- GameExpo III Accessory
- GameExpo III Pink Cartridge
In an upcoming overhaul to the T-Games team as a whole, the T-Games Network is going to be one of the most effected areas. The T-Games Network is changing - and so will your T-Games Network Account.
First of all - the T-Games Network is simply going to be re-branded to The Network, and will become a subscription service, instead of a registration service. Your 'account' will no longer be referenced as an account, but simply your 'subscription information'. Don't worry - you won't need to constantly renew your subscription. Subscribing and unsubscribing from The Network is exactly the same as Registering and deactivating your T-Games Network Account.
Offers and promotions will still be available as they always have been through the platform, h…
Damnit Wikia, stop publishing empty blogs!
- 1 Engine
- 1.1 Core Count
- 1.2 Power Process
- 1.3 Optional Attributes
An engine that runs one system. Most common.
An engine that can run multiple systems. Less common.
An engine that turns on, reads the inserted cartridge, and then turns off at request.
Most consoles usually function this way, and in real life, it was the standard up until the sixth generation consoles, which introduced a system menu into their BIOS.
An engine that turns on, proceeds to the system, and then turns off at request.
Not many consoles function this way, and in real life, sixth generation consoles could do this with increasing distance from needing a cartri…
EDIT: Like Skyton and older OLDER Finale, here's another blatantly false promise I made. I will be following up on this with a new post.
So, in the past, I have made songs for a supposed album called Finale which was to be a U-Music release. However, just like Increase in Measurement, the songs sounded like shit, so now that they aren't shit, it's actually progressing well.
Firstly, I have no release date planned because I can never meet them. If I did, I'd end up like every AAA developer. In fact, I did set one on Bandcamp but we've already passed that date now.
So, the tracklist begins.
- Tracks with green numbers (first column) mean they won't be moved up or down; they'll stay right where they are. Can't say the same for red ones.
- Red le…
I have requested that Wiki change the URL of this wiki from tgames.wikia.com to t-games.wikia.com. Therefore if you try to load the wikia in the future and it says that the wiki doesn't exist, that'll be because it would have moved to the new URL.
All of the information and content will remain the same and there shouldn't be any issues - just having to update the links from the main T-Games site over at t-gamesonline.com.
On top of that, I have also requested that my name be changed from Bobinti to BillyAnderson9.
So, you may have noticed a flood of edits coming in about "Rolling out new messages". This is because the messages as images were too old and thin to fit in the new Darwin format that Wikia deployed during the transition between 2013-2014, so I've cooked up a template that has all the messages and alerts in a new MediaWiki syntax that works on any size.
Otherwise, check out the new alerts! :D
Of course it's not perfect, there's still a few
problems, but for the most part these are better looking
than the images quite a lot. UPDATE: Quick fixes got
these as intended, should be in working order. If the descriptions
don't satisfy you, you can change them over at the template's
Each one accordingly uses these transclusion parameters: