Late update, POC’s and current work

Categories: Game, Proof of concept

As every blog I have ever read, from time to time there happens a lot in the bloggers life, and updates test pushed into the back of the tasks list. Life! Since the last blog post, I have published my small racing game Strazer to Google Play store.  After updating the graphics, I’m pretty happy … Read More

First experience with Spriter

Categories: Proof of concept, Script, Spriter

So I want to try to make my crab animation using Spriter so, first I cut out all the different parts from my Inkscape image. I did leave out all but one leg, as I should be able to scale and rotate in Spriter to make all the legs, from one set of leg sprites … Read More

3×3 POC version 4

Categories: 3x3, Game, Proof of concept, Unity

The POC is really starting to look like a game. 🙂 New things added: New texture. I only use one for all surfaces. Rotation to selected box, to make it visible to the player what box is selected. More states to the box objects, to make possible removal animation aso. Color click logic, basic game … Read More

3×3 POC version 3

Categories: 3x3, Game, Proof of concept, Unity

OK, finally had some time to try some more things out with the 3×3 idea. So now the colored boxes are boxes and not just generated quads, they are clickable and have box colliders and so does the camera/player, so if you hit a box, it’s game over, and for now you have to restart … Read More

3×3 square game.

Categories: 3x3, Game, Proof of concept, Unity

Yet another game idea. This time, a combined mouse and keyboard racer. The idea is to have a 3×3 colored board coming towards you (the feel should of cause be you race towards it), and you have to click two matching colored squares, and they will disappear, and you have to fly trough one of … Read More

How simple a game can I make.

Categories: Game, Proof of concept, Unity

Every new game developer, asking “What’s the best advice when starting game developing?” are often told “Make lots of games” and “Start simple”, so when I saw this small Ludum Dare 26 entry called Tiny Runner by Jarcas Studios I was amazed of the simplicity of the game. So I had to try to make something even simpler, and … Read More