Anonymous asked: Do you use Flash to make your video games?
Hey, sorry for the delayed reply. So far I’ve been using game maker and/or processing to make my “games” or rather game “prototypes”. I think I prefer game maker, but I’ve learned a lot from using either one.
Finished my final project for my programming class today! also… notifications everywhere.
Alright, less than an hour to finish this and turn it in for class. This could be much worse.
So I found a really neat chiptune/8bit plugin for garageband, so I’m very very happy :) This is the result of messing around with it for a couple hours.
About a month ago, my Interaction Design class did a one week game jam. We each drew 3 random words from a hat that other students came up with and had to base our game off of it. My words were “Fabulous”, “Illegal”, and “Rollercoaster”. I made this using Game Maker. I didn’t get to add a lot of things I wanted, but it was cool being able to get more comfortable with working in game maker.
-music: Awesome Force - Yamantaka (ft. Freque)
I’m not dead! kind of. Art school is insane, but here’s some work in progress of a tiny game project I’m working on for my programming class.
This is from the 2nd day of work on it. It’s made in processing and uses some unused sprites I made for Evolution. It has some serious memory issues :p I’m still a big noob with processing, or any coding really.
This is a video I created in Adobe After Effects and Photoshop for school. The project was recently featured on Kotaku here: http://kotaku.com/where-the-sun-sleeps/
Bringing this back from the bottom of the blog, because I feel like most of you are too busy to scroll that far ;p
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