Jan Holmevik challenged me to speed-create a short video after reading Gregory Ulmer's Internet Invention. I wanted to push myself to do something more difficult — more interactive. I suggested coding a video game instead. (It was a crazy idea considering that I had only three games under my belt.)
I speed-created Memory Palace over one sleepless, coffee-fueled weekend. It's not my best work, but the experience of quick-coding was fun.
Having less than 48 hours to put this together, I was forced to take a few shortcuts. The character sprites are not my own. I downloaded them from Sithjester, then made small adjustments to the coloring in Photoshop. The audio was taken from an interview with Ulmer, mixed on royalty-free Bach music from the Internet Archive.