Glory Development

This past weekend I started creating a test zone for a much larger project I’ve been wanting to make for some time now. Essentially I got the basic gun mechanics, collision detections, and a theme done for the game (all of which I’ll be expanding upon and polishing up). I won’t be going into details…

Global Game Jam 2014 – Trouble in Paradise

I participated in the Global Game Jam this year, and while I may have worked alone (as I got there late and groups were already formed) I learned a lot. We don’t see things as they are, we see them as we are. I received the theme (above) via text as I was waiting for…

Prototypes

Once you get your idea on paper you may want to make a prototype of the idea. A prototype doesn’t have to look great; as long as one can convey the basics of the idea it should be sufficient. Why would it be sufficient? It will be sufficient because one will re-write the code to…

Getting Your Idea on Paper

Ideas can happen at any time, sometimes when you least expect it. It’s always a great idea to keep some paper and a pen nearby just in case you do get an idea for an awesome creation! I really enjoy one page game design documents that can tell a person (or maybe, mainly you) what…