Nordic Game jam

So, for those of you who have been following this dev blog, you will know that I went to Nordic game jam a couple of weeks back.

At the time I made myself a promise that I would put the game on the shelf for a couple of weeks before I played it again. I made the deal with myself that I would share the game if I found merit in the game when I played it once more and luckily I played it again and through “This is pretty OK”

So here is the game finally, I hope you enjoy it: http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/693008

podcasts for the win

allot of my time recently is being spent changing placeholder object in my scenes to some grade a models that I can be proud to share.

Creating these models is a somewhat argues task, as it calls for hours and hours spent looking at Blender, which is an awesome bit of software, but can be a bit tiring.

This is where I have found some solace in podcasts.

The great thing about cheating this kind of content is that it doesn’t require my full attention.

Where programming and design requires every bit of my attention to get just right, creating a full and realised game world can be worked on while giggling along to some awesome podcasts.

so, for anyone that is in my position, here are some recommended podcasts:

My dad wrote a porno

Joseph Anderson

Errand signal