I'm an amateur developer, self-taught in game programming, art, and design (all to minimal degrees).
I've created small games/prototypes with FlatRedBall(XNA), DirectX, and RPGMaker and am now using Unity. I've learned a few languages over the years, including Visual Basic, C++, C#, Python, Java, and PHP/HTML.
What's in a name? What's in a gamer? This is my take on it.
There's been a bit of news on PETA's reaction to Assassin's Creed IV; but Ubisoft's position is hypocritical.
Last night I met with some old highschool buddies--all of which no longer buy or play online shooters. As we went over war stories, a trend emerged and I thought I'd share the loss of our core engagement with two flagship series, Battlefield and CoD.
[Blog - 10/27/2013 - 08:28]
Great read r n r ...
Great read r n r nThe third person in your example might be better understood as something like a finite but incremental currency game. I 'm not good with the lingo, but what I mean is that the game tends to the infinite, but in finite steps say, by introducing ...
[News - 10/28/2013 - 05:29]
It 'll probably be more ...
It 'll probably be more like FIFA--Tiger will still be on the cover, but with some other guys and they 'll just call it PGA Tour 14.
[Blog - 10/12/2013 - 10:11]
[News - 10/21/2013 - 05:51]
For me, the subscription is ...
For me, the subscription is the biggest problem. Mention a thing about it on forums and you get spouted at about 0.50 cent a day, go collect cans hobo but the issue isn 't the money. r n r nSubscription fees have the effect of stressing me into getting as ...
[News - 10/18/2013 - 08:42]
A bit off-topic, but your ...
A bit off-topic, but your post reminded me of this: r n r nhttp://www.gamesforchange.org/play/mainichi/ r n r nFree, and definitely worth the time to play through if you haven 't.
[Blog - 10/22/2013 - 10:25]
http://www.rochester.edu/news/show.php id 4622 r n ...
http://www.rochester.edu/news/show.php id 4622 r n r nIt demonstrated that as a possibility--and while a good experiment, it 's a little vague for my tastes. The experimenters explicitly broke a promise to the children in one test group and then gave them a second choice where they could risk relying on ...