Psst... Psst! You, yes you! Your favorite column showcasing the amazing work of community members is back! This is Temp'n #10! ________________________________________________ Crawl Space by @Shubshub Starting off, we've got hardcore Temp'ner @Shubshub's game Crawl Space. It features a spider crawling into... spaces that you'll have to help move on to the next level by solving some interesting puzzle mechanics. While it has yet to be released, its progress has been promising and Shubshub wants you to know that the pricing is still to be determined but the full release of the game probably won't be free. It's still being fine-tuned before release but you can keep up with the game's progress in the devlog below. More info: Crawl Space devlog Nintendo 3DS Web Pokédex Application by @Shubshub We've featured this one way back in Temp'n #4 when it was still a WIP but if you haven't been keeping up, it has already received a full release and is currently on version 1.0.1 and features the following: All 802 Pokémon including their Formés and Shinies Display all Statistics Data including Base Stats, IV's, EV's, Level, Nature, Actual Stats and what abilities they have as you'd see in game A brilliant looking UI designed by ElyosOfTheAbyss based on the Black 2 and White 2 Pokédex Works on all models of 3DS (Old and New) Quickly search for a Pokémon by name or dex number Display's what type(s) a Pokémon is in the top right corner As for the features to come: A Super Secret Mega Awesome Feature at some point More stability than the 3DS Find out how to get this cool app on your 3DS, report bugs or discuss about it in the official GBAtemp thread below! Oh, and if you want to keep in touch with @Shubshub's elsewhere than on GBAtemp (and Temp'n), you can do so on Twitter and tweet right back at him More info: Official GBAtemp Thread Follow Shubshub on Twitter @shubshub11 Gamecube Drive Bay Adapter by @gudenau That's an interesting entry. Temper tinkerer @gudenau has 3D-printed a case for the Nintendo Gamecube controller adapter of his own design to allow it to work inside of a standard half-height 5.25" drive bay in a computer. It took his 3D printer around a half day to print on it's highest settings. The final result is pretty neat, see for yourself: Share you thoughts below or on the official GBAtemp thread below, where also find the skp, stl and dae files used to design and print this. Official GBAtemp Thread Walled Records by @Prans Given the general shyness of Tempers to share their projects of late, I figured I might share something of my own You might have come across my recent reviews of video game soundtrack vinyls (you can find them here, here and here). If you've been wondering what they can be used for other than listening, their impressive artsy covers look pretty nice on walls. It's still a WIP as I plan to wall more of my vinyl collection in this manner. If I ever end up doing more, I'll surely be tweeting about it. Keep in touch below! Follow Prans on Twitter @ti_Prans _____________________________________________ Aaaaaaand it's a wrap for this issue of Temp'n. I hope you've enjoyed the entries as much as I did! I look forward to see what you've got in the works! So don't be shy to shoot me a message here or on Twitter. Until next time, keep temp'n!