John and I had the pleasure of joining EKU professor George Landon and host John Hingsbergen on Eastern Standard a few weeks ago. Below is a link to the archived show.
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Last Friday I headed up to the Free Range Arcade event in Bloomington, Indiana. Our friend and sometimes collaborator Tom Birge headed up with me as John and Shea were out of the earth’s gravitational force. We stopped by Louisville to pick up Alex of Two Scoop Games and set sail for Bloomington. 30 miles out of Indianapolis we realized a flaw in our trajectory (don’t mute your phone when Siri is giving voice directions!) and cut west on state highway 252. We arrived in Bloomington around 5:30PM.
A few weeks ago I spent the weekend participating in Ludum Dare 30. Below is my post mortem.
A Horse With Two Names is a game where players use the source to solve the riddles of the executable. Players open the source code in the Unity editor to investigate, modify, and alter the code and scene to solve the riddles included in the game executable itself. So far the feedback is limited–understandably so due to the very high barrier to entry–but overall positive.Read More →