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Jeremy Alessi's Blog   Expert Blogs

 

Founder of StreamSDK

Host of the PixelCast

Creator of Swap Fire

Former indie developer, former serious games developer, currently software entrepreneur creating games, technology platforms, and events to make the world a better place through fun and cause.

 

Expert Blogs

How to convert a 30 year old SNES local multiplayer game into a modern cross-platform multiplayer game in under an hour with StreamSDK.


Posted by Jeremy Alessi on Thu, 09 Apr 2020 10:11:00 EDT in Audio, Design, Programming, Console/PC, Social/Online
StreamSDK has unlimited use cases, but game streaming and the inherit feature of going online multiplayer with ease is a fun one! In this case, we're running the Super Nintendo rendition of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles from inside Unity on a PC and...


In episode 27 Jeremy reunites with Jay Moore, who was there at the beginning of Jeremy's career and helped him launch Aerial Antics, one of the first 12 games that Garage Games published. Garage Games launched the "indie game" movement as we know it today


In episode 26, Jeremy chats with Matt Strnad, the indie behind the amazingly polished, fun, and intriguing Robozarro. The game was recently released on Steam and is headed to PS4, Switch, and Xbox One. Matt and Jeremy talk indie games, life in Norfolk...


The idea was games that are hosted, streamed, played once, and then expire. For example, imagine Super Mario Bros. but every time someone dies, another player takes over, until eventually someone finishes the game. Then, once it's over, the game shutters


In episode 25 Jeremy sits down with Andrew, Nathan, Joseph, and newcomer Josh to discuss each of their current game dev ambitions and captures the complete essence of any good PixelFest Devs' meetup. BTW, .kkrieger (created by .theprodukkt)



Jeremy Alessi's Comments

Comment In: [News - 10/12/2020 - 11:47]

I don 't understand the ...

I don 't understand the profitability argument, at least not on its own.More importantly at least in my mind is that with consoles, only a very small percentage of the population owns one. With smartphones, Apple represents half the population and much more than half the total revenue of App ...

Comment In: [News - 08/18/2020 - 06:44]

I 'll never own an ...

I 'll never own an Oculus product besides the original Kickstarter kit. This is just another reason.People have lost all rationale with regard to decentralization.

Comment In: [News - 08/17/2020 - 04:28]

Oh gosh... don 't get ...

Oh gosh... don 't get the government involved.

Comment In: [Blog - 03/11/2020 - 10:51]

Neil, thank you again for ...

Neil, thank you again for the phone call You are ahead of the game in your thinking and I 'm looking forward to working with TIFCA to make what we discussed a reality.

Comment In: [News - 03/02/2020 - 12:16]

Interesting... ...

Interesting...

Comment In: [News - 01/28/2020 - 10:02]

To Google, the people that ...

To Google, the people that use its search engine are its product. I don 't think they can switch that mentality and start serving people like a traditional consumer business. It doesn 't fit the low touch, high scale mentality of the company culture. r n r nTheir business is ...