I fucking love film, TV and video games. This blog features my work from both University and my spare time. Hope you likey!
This is my major project for University this semester, and I’m currently looking for play-testers to check out the game and give me feedback on how it plays. So if you have a spare ten minutes or so, click the above image and have a play! I’ll be continuously adding to the game as well, so feel free to check back within the next couple of weeks to see what’s new.
Once you’ve played through the game (you’ll know it’s over once you’ve defeated the…”boss”), I’d really appreciate it if you could fill out the following survey:
From a friend’s recommendation and for a University assignment, I decided to hop on Steam and check out Kentucky Route Zero. It’s dark, poignant and right up my alley, and I can’t wait to play through the upcoming acts.
However, because I’m on Mac, and Steam on Mac sucks, the game didn’t come with a desktop icon. Normally I search online for an icon, but I couldn’t seem to find one for KR0, so I created my own! If you end up playing the game and find yourself in a situation similar to mine, feel free to download the image above and use it yourself :)
By Moonlight, a simple shoot ‘em up game I made with my partner in crime, Alice. You play as a moth exploring a garden path by night. Click the image above to get started, kick back, shoot some fireflies, and enjoy!
The Secret of Monkey Island (1990), Loom (1990), Monkey Island 2: LeChuck’s Revenge (1991), Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis (1992), Sam & Max Hit The Road (1993), Day of the Tentacle (1993), Full Throttle (1995).
After my last Maya adventure, I decided to make one single asset that I would be 100% happy to present for inclusion in a game. No poly limit, no texture size limit, no nothing. I ended up choosing a skateboard, cause I thought it might be fun to design the underside.
It was pretty fun to work on over the past week, and I’m very happy with the final product. Back to Uni tomorrow, so back to posting progress on assignments!