This is going to be a rambling, stream of consciousness type of entry. I’ll talk about what my game company’s working on, how it’s going to affect my schedule, and the status of what’s been accomplished so far! Also a Fez remix album just came out that sounds cool.
No, ugh. FUCK YOU! Fuck you. Go to hell.
But still yes. Oh my god, yes. This will make sense in a second.
Alright. It took a little longer than I thought but things are back up to speed on this internet website dot com. Click for more info!
My friend’s game is now available on Steam! It’s in the Early Access storefront which highlights games that are in current development. Kind of like Desura’s alpha funding system. To celebrate, I am giving away 4 Steam copies of the game. I don’t really know the best way to distribute them so just contact me on Twitter and we will figure out the gifting details. There’s a strangely-placed button in the right column what leads to my anemic Twitter presence. First four people who contact me will get Gnomoria! Others who contact me might receive a copy of The Ship or something.
Like I’ve mentioned before, Gnomoria is a Dwarf Fortress-inspired simulation game where you can break down almost everything and rebuild it into something else. You set up homes and food for your little gnome guys then watch them run around doing whatever it is gnomes do. Also, outfit them with weapons and armor to protect themselves from invading forces. If you like sim games, give it a shot! Possibly for free if you get a copy from me!
I’ve gone ahead and thrown Super Mario Blitz up on YouTube. In case you were curious and wanted to check it out (or share it)!
From this, you may be able to hypothesize that I liked Trigun a lot in high school. Thanks to my incredibly forward-looking tagging and sorting system, all sorts of information about this tiny .SWF was easy to locate! Just kidding, it’s all a god damn mess. As near as I can tell, this came about sometime after moving to Mortisland.com (most likely coinciding exactly with it!) but before 2003? There was this one white/blue/orange site back then that had what I thought was the sickest Flash intro video on its doorstep. Because websites need intro videos, of course. So I must have tried to compete and came up with this. It’s pretty good! 40 FPS not the best frame rate, but it’s better than my beginnings. This also shows some of the starts of my fascinating with “machines looking like they are breaking” aesthetic with both the song choice and the color separation blip at the end.
I’m on vacation for once! Since I am relaxing in Hawaii and separated from my usual machinery that holds all my Flash materials, I’m just going to talk for a moment about that new DmC game.