I decided to take part in a Game Jam for the first time in a while. This was my first solo Game Jam, in which I roughly spent a couple of days on. The personal gains for this Game Jam were to motivate me to create a game for the first time in a while by forcing myself to stick to a theme and see it through to the end. Devil’s Diner is a memory game about ordering food.
Hello, It’s been about 18 months since I’ve started a game project due to finishing University and starting a full time job. That’s why I decided a game jam was the best way to reignite my creativity and motivation. I chose the GMTK game jam as it was hosted by Mark Brown of Game Maker’s toolkit who has a brilliant Youtube series on game design. The theme of the game jam was ‘Genre without mechanic’. This means that the game needed to be based on a genre and take away a key gameplay mechanic such as shooting in a first person shooter or not having the ability to jump in a platformer.
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If you’re interested in Unity development you may be interested in the Unity Neon Challenge and Deep Street. Xeno Gaming got in touch with me through the contact form on the site (which I recommend you do if you want me to talk about something I might be interested in, or general enquiries) and what they have shown me is very impressive. Just take a glance at the neon lit streets in the video below, is simply breathtaking. If you’re interested in more details read on.
Hey everyone! So a recent project I started with some friends was a movie, tv show and games review website called Online Media Review. It’s already starting to take off and I would really appreciate anyone that takes a few seconds to check out the site and what its offering. Feedback would be fantastic which can be given through the contact section on the website or by commenting on this article. Check out the site by clicking here.
It’s time for a small site upgrade moving forward. As of today you will notice the blog has changed in appearance and some functionality. I hope you enjoy these changes. I would like to post more often so make sure to be active within the community as it helps out a lot.
The 1.5.0 update has been split up into smaller updates as I wanted to get the uncapped frame rate update and more accurate timer out as soon as possible. There is also a new logo on the store page you can see below.
It’s been a while, I’ve just finished my University course and I am awaiting results. In the meantime I’ve thought about additions and improvements to Run Tapper. For version 1.5.0 I intended to implement or question the additions of the following. If an item has (?) beside it then I am considering adding it as a feature and any comments as to whether it should be implemented are greatly appreciated.
- Menu Music (?) – Annoying after long periods ie Level editor?
- In Game Music (?) – Not sure if this would become jarring if music was added to level generation as the game is fast paced. Perhaps dependant on movement speed.
- Revised Audio for surfaces
- Performance enhancements – raise from locked 30fps to locked 60fps
Today I released a puzzle game called “Color Dome” for Android on the Google Play Store. The game is a high score style game and you must rotate the planet to find the correct colours.