My name's Andrew J Smith and I make videogames.
Sounds simple, but I keep forgetting how complex it really is.
I founded Spilt Milk Studios in 2010, and have been running it as a one man studio ever since, working with talented outsourcers and freelancers wherever possible.
Spilt Milk Studios is an independent game developer based in London, UK.
We’ve so far made a few rather good mobile games… but will develop on other platforms when the opportunity arises.
We’re best known for Hard Lines which was co-created with Nicoll Hunt, but also made Crunch: The Game and am hard at work on Smash the Block for mobile, Lazarus for iPad & PC, Hugatron, TOMB and Tango Fiesta.
We’re very prolific on Twitter, Facebook and Youtube. Check us out!
I love Mario games. I don't care who knows it, and - spurred on by the excitement over the upcoming Super Mario 3D World - here's a little bit about why.
Making games in an age of renaisance and master works.
Most people outside of the UK haven't had the pleasure of attending Gamecity. Here's why you should make it a part of your year, every year.
Why don't we as an industry more openly take inspiration - thematic, structural, mechanic and everything else - from books?
Why I'm jealous of your success - wrestling with managing 'negative' emotions in game development.
Two long years in development, and we're nearly ready to launch Lazarus on iPad. What's taken so long, how does it feel to come so close, and what can you do to help?
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I can relate to that, ...
I can relate to that, big time Balancing all of the demands on your time is so tough... but I honestly feel like over the last few years I 've come to appreciate games a bit more. Especially since I stopped buying new ones and started trying to complete my ...
[News - 12/21/2011 - 09:27]
Some really in depth and ...
Some really in depth and very interesting points made here in the comments so far, thanks for taking the time out to chip in I can't read through them all, but it's really nice to see this at least striking a chord. For the record I think it's good for ...
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