You can now find Remember, Remember on STEAM!
For dev posts on Remember, Remember check here.
Posts involving game development
Remember, Remember a game by Michaela Laws and myself is ready to be released this Friday, May 9, 2017 on Steam!
As you may have noticed, I’ve stopped posting 3 Bullet Designs. As I stated in my previous post analyzing how the project was going, I’ve come to realize that while fun, the 3 Bullet Designs project was more interesting as an idea generating process than an actual design test. Ultimately, what I would like to do is improve my design skills and 3BD takes up a significant amount of my time and is not pushing me towards that goal. To that end, I’ve stopped the project. I still achieved an entire month’s worth of game ideas which I think is a nice accomplishment on its own. I may end up publishing the left overs eventually as I get around to it.
My next project that I’ve moved onto is a Discord chat bot dubbed, Panda-Bot. It’s a simple chat room bot that will allow users to roll dice and do simple arithmetic on the results. The target audience is users of Discord who regularly run table-top RPGs via Discord’s voice channels (such as myself). Below is a small screenshot of it in action:
You can follow my progress on GitHub!
Medium: Visual novel, or other story heavy digital
Goal: Stay warm.
Goal: Guess the association between concepts and understand your partner.
You haven’t seen them all of them yet, but I’ve just finished up 21 designs. I felt that now would be a good time to look back on my work, see how it has been serving me and have a bit of a retrospective. The designs will return at their normally scheduled time next week, but today I want to talk about my progress.
Title: Winds of Discovery
Medium: Physical (Tiles)
Goal: Discover the lost treasures.
Medium: VR with hand motion controllers
Goal: Steal the world’s most valuable treasures.
Title: Check Please!
Goal: Swipe the check before anyone else can.
Title: Just One More
Goal: Watch as many episodes of your current binge as possible before real life catches up.