Urbain Bruno's Blog
CEO of Fishing Cactus (http://www.fishingcactus.com). I'll update this blog with recent news and thoughts about game design, game programming, management(SCRUM) inside Fishing Cactus but also with other game related news.
A bit of a post-mortem, a bit of marketing article, a bit of art. We were lost but ultimately found our way, it was the best of time, it was the worst of time. A retrospective of the development of our typing adventure game Epistory.
How we structured the narrative arc of Epistory to build towards a climactic ending, a revelatory final act. We hint and prod and poke and pry and suggest.
In Epistory, typing is the sole interaction the player has with the game. As you get to type a lot of words, in fun, varied ways, it also introduces challenges regarding translation work.
The difficulty of maintaining Art Direction consistency when project's scope and visual quality increase.
Showcasing our game at PAX South was an amazing experience. Here’s a little debrief of the event and 5 useful tips for other indie developers who want to attend a show abroad.
For our upcoming game, we needed to establish a subtle, layered narrative voice within its opening moments. This article explores some of the challenges we faced and why this story is harder to begin than most.
Urbain Bruno's Comments
[News - 10/18/2016 - 04:01]
@Stuart most games usually have ...
@Stuart most games usually have a DRM free version ask the developer , however EDU licensing is a bit different as many players will play the game on a single computer over time. So the seat licensing applies instead of a per person licensing like it is on Steam . ...
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Well usually extra budget with ...
Well usually extra budget with an already setup art direction can be very messy and lead to a lot of redo. I think our article shows how to avoid that redo at least to some extend .
[News - 02/01/2016 - 03:17]
Definitely a marketing stunt or ...
Definitely a marketing stunt or another way to make money... Just take a look at the number of views on the barebone video he posted which includes ads .