The fictitious "Pucifur"
|Former & Other Groups|
|Aliases:||Tobie, Lincoln, Pucifur27|
|Real name:||Tobias Brown|
|Interests:||Sprites, fangames, music composition, video games|
Pucifur sprites, draws, creates games, and composes music and has placed first or second in several competitions in each category.
On August 16th, 2008, Pucifur was hired as a Site Staffer along with MegaTailzChao. They, along with all of the other older staff members, cleared out MFGG's long queue line completely - an event that hasn't happened in even Black Squirrel's memory. In early 2010, Pucifur was stripped of his Site Staff position after vanishing completely from MFGG. He returned shortly after The Split with the new username of Tobie.
Pucifur uses Game Maker 7.0 for game creation. He has several games on the MFGG website, but he does not believe those games reflect his current standards. Some of his incomplete projects include:
1) Paper Mario: Time Strewn Star - PM:TSS is a fan game currently being developed by Pucifur. It uses a heavily modified "NSMB Engine," which includes glitch fixes and frame rate adjustments. It has been in development for over two years, only releasing one demo for the NCFC. The most recent game play video (not mentioned on the site) can be viewed right here.
2) Mario Jail Break 2 - This is a sequel to MJB, Pucifur's first complete fan game. It has improved everything (graphics, physics, features, etc.).
Pucifur has created other games as well. Though completed projects are few and far between, generally reception of his games has been average to good. Pucifur's most recent completed work was "Dylan: A Christmas Story", his Secret Santa gift to MarioMK1. DCS is a simple, one-leveled game in which MK's character Dylan the Armadillo jumps and rolls around to progress upward and away from continually rising lava. Points are awarded for each M&M candy the player can pick up, which can be increased using a destructible point multiplier.
Pucifur works along side many others as a spriter for the Community Fan Game Project. He was awarded an MFGG Award along with the rest of the CFP spriting team in 2008.