Infinite Monkey Autocorrect
This funk-filled game explores what would happen to the Infinity Monkey/Typewriter Theorem if it had
This funk-filled game explores what would happen to the Infinity Monkey/Typewriter Theorem if it had a commercially-biased autocorrect.The 2-button game (for #CloneJamNathalie and #LDJAM #LD34) hooks into Google's search suggestion service to come up with its autocorrections.
The growing body of monkey-submitted manuscripts is viewable here.
Press left shift and right shift to make the monkey's hands hit buttons.
Simultaneously hold down left shift and right shift to submit the manuscript.(See submitted manuscripts)
More info on CloneJamNathalie: here
Ludum Dare 34 game entry: here
How to Disable Sticky Keys:
It is inevitable that monkeys' keyboards get sticky. Here's how to disable "Sticky Keys" that happen when you press shift 5 times in a row:
Windows: Go to the Control Panel > Ease of Access Center > Set up Sticky Keys. Make sure the "Turn on Sticky Keys" and "Turn on Sticky Keys when Shift is pressed five times" are both unchecked and hit OK. Screenshot
Mac OS X: Go to System Preferences > Accessibility > Keyboard. Make sure the "Enable Sticky Keys" checkbox is unchecked, and then click on the "Options" button. Uncheck the "Press the Shift key five times to toggle Sticky Keys" and click OK. Screenshot
Intro Voice and source footage: Vintage Guide to the Film Industry by The Calvin Workshop (public domain)
Monkey Grunts:"Robin Monkey" by Team Masaka (Creative Commons)