I am a game developer and freelance app developer. I have a passion for game design, programming, writing, and story-telling.
I have self-published several apps for iOS and Windows Phone. And I recently launched my first publically available game entitled “Jumping Bllux" for iPhone®, iPad®, & iPod touch®.
Today (Oct. 1, 2013) I created a game inspired by recent events, entitled "The Cliffs of Fiscal & Budget." The game is free-to-play online, and was created in Unity 3D.
I recently found myself thinking of specific “tools” which were a requirement for my releasing my first publicly available game and starting on my next one. This list is primarily targeted at independent developers, but anyone can benefit.
[Blog - 09/11/2013 - 11:43]
[Blog - 07/16/2013 - 12:39]
I 'm currently developing a ...
I 'm currently developing a mobile game for iOS, and am also creating my own sounds. I 've used a mix of the loops and synths in Apple 's GarageBand, and then edited the audio in Adobe 's Audition CC. I honestly had not thought of turning to foley as ...
[News - 10/18/2011 - 04:30]
Enrique: Storytelling in games is ...
Enrique: Storytelling in games is drastically different than in other mediums, because in most other mediums film, novel, theatre, etc. writers do not have to account for choices made by the individuals experiencing that story. A film takes you from Point A to Point B only in the method dictated ...
[Feature - 10/03/2011 - 04:30]
When I read this interview, ...
When I read this interview, I immediately picked up on some things that could be big design problems open world areas you're meant to just drive through and not walk around and explore Making the towns a lull in the action Then I read Ben Kuchera's review on ArsTechnica, and ...
[News - 08/19/2011 - 11:09]
The cloud storage feature sounds ...
The cloud storage feature sounds very nice especially if it will let you load save game files onto other Xboxes, instead of having to copy files onto a memory card or USB stick.
[News - 08/17/2011 - 05:35]
If the CryEngine SDK gives ...
If the CryEngine SDK gives you access to source code, then it is infinitely better then Epic's UDK, which does not allow base code access. Definitely worth checking out, and is direct competition for UDK.