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As Simon Cubasch I work for a digital agency creating games for brands. One of these games is the mobile game Cool Cubes.
But as firepunchd I try to jam a lot and make weird stuff which you can find here:
The most broken game firepunchd ever made is probably Ridiculous Glitching
firepunchd's tweets can be found here @firepunchd

I am also interested in how to be a game dev and a good dad and have started to collect different approaches and stories at


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Posted by Simon Cubasch on Wed, 17 Sep 2014 06:16:00 EDT in Production, Indie
If gaming & making games have been an important aspect of your life, becoming a parent will give you a hard time managing everyones needs. But there are ways to make it work and parents can even profit from new point of views. Embrace being a #devparent

Simon Cubasch's Comments

Comment In: [News - 09/26/2014 - 09:22]

Loved the podcast. Awesome game ...

Loved the podcast. Awesome game pick for the pilot. Keep it like this.

Comment In: [Blog - 03/10/2014 - 05:44]

It must be about the ...

It must be about the bird then... r nBtw, I absolutely enjoyed participating in the flappyjam. It was soo nice and relaxing knowing you were cloning something but trying to expand on the idea and when you do a real own game not creating something were you are scared that: ...

Comment In: [Blog - 01/27/2014 - 12:06]

totally agree. I have been ...

totally agree. I have been thinking a lot about this since I have started my 7 month parental leave. I tried to use an 8 hour mini jam to experiment with possible game aspects of ordinary life. r nnot a great game but a try into a new territory ...