Tyler Glaiel's Blog
Hey, my name is Tyler Glaiel. I started programming Flash games when I was 11, and have placed most of my games on my site and Newgrounds (http://www.glaielgames.com/games.php), ranging from the crappy "first games" and experiments to recent critically-acclaimed works such as Aether and Closure.
Currently I am still working on pushing the boundaries of Flash Games, but also beginning to venture out and do some larger standalone games (including a new version of Closure, www.closuregame.com/blog).
I really wish to help evolve the medium, exploring original gameplay mechanics and storytelling mechanisms in my works. I enjoy what I do, and am proud to say that I've never held a "real" job, even throughout high school.
Expect to see more of me in the future, I'm only 19 and just getting started!
I decided to learn Unity this year and make some games in it, after hearing so much about it, and I figure I'd share my thoughts on it for anyone interested.
I've been experimenting with this special AI pathfinding thing for a while now, and finally decided to merge it into a game. It's a very simple type of AI with a lot of emergent behaviors built in to it
In light of the recent annual IGF controversy/drama going around, I figure I should expand and clarify a point I've continually made every time the yearly IGF drama comes up.
I dropped out of school a few months ago. I cover why I made that decision in this post.
We started working full time, in a real office, this week. It's been great.
I played around with some genetic algorithms today for the enemies in my next flash game.
Tyler Glaiel's Comments
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[Blog - 10/07/2012 - 08:15]
You can seed multiple targets ...
You can seed multiple targets into the initial pathfinding queue, they 'll find the closest one. You can vary their initial weights too to give stuff priority. Its not the same as seeking out specific targers, but I 'd rather focus on what CAN I do with this pathfinding stuff, ...
[News - 02/10/2012 - 07:58]
Congrats to the rest of ...
Congrats to the rest of the finalists and winners too this was a great competition with some great games in it.
[News - 01/19/2012 - 07:04]
[News - 04/26/2011 - 04:37]
perhaps they denied responsibility because ...
perhaps they denied responsibility because there's some serious legal consequences if they get caught this time because of stealing credit card info. As with the gawker incident, it really pisses me off that these attacks end up hurting the innocent user far more than big evil corporation they're trying to ...
[News - 03/28/2011 - 05:46]