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8
Jul

Code Share

Just recently I announced my new preferred development environment: HTML5, for my money saving reason: it’s free. So I figured to share some snippets of code I have tested that can optimize your HTML5 game (for free, heh)

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4
Jul

The move to HTML5 Game Development

So the past few months have kept me away from keeping this blog up to date. One of the biggest hold backs was a new job, a job finally related to what I want to do – game development. The past 6-8 years have been more custom web site and e-commerce development. All game development time and research was on my own time. Well, with this new game development job, the amount of learning, understanding, and better practice of game development has been a huge overhaul, eye opener, and welcoming – so warming I am switching to it.

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15
Jan

Console Graphics

This is my first write up on a new category: Open Thoughts. They are just that: Open Thoughts. I have no definitive, I might abruptly end, I had a hard time with english in school (and it will show), I don’t know where it goes as I sit and write it out. So away I go…

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4
Jan

Neon Rider 2 – Open Test (v0.2)

Prototype after prototype. I seem to build more prototypes than complete games. It can be a good thing and bad thing. Well, only a bad thing if you choose to look at it like that.

The latest prototype in the works here is a sequel to an earlier released game on the App Store.

I present Neon Rider 2. Its available for open test right now (on the browser only) and I would appreciate your feedback on the game. If you like the game and enjoyed it, thats good to know and puts a smile on my face. If you hated it, tell me all the reasons why. Or if you just have a few suggestions or nitpicks, I welcome those as well.

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23
Feb

First App Review

Well, its been sometime, but I finally got my first game/app review from one of my games released on the iPhone!

The people at AppEpic reviewed my game Tunnel Rider and I couldn’t be more happy with their review.

What is AppEpic? Well, I didn’t myself until I went to their About Us page. I like their approach. They seem to focus on helping indie game developers, like me, and smaller game studios get a little more recognition. They are in Beta stages, but I already see them as a great resource for both Developers and Users.

Check out their full review here on Tunnel Rider and don’t forget to download the Tunnel Rider game in the App Store.