Randell Trulson's Blog
Randell Trulson is the founder and CEO of Neuron Games, Inc. www.NeuronGames.com This is my blog and reflects what I/we are working on, issues we might have encountered, and solutions to problems we may have discovered. I hope you find this blog enjoyable, enlightening, and stimulating :)
Second video blog talking about creating an animated title.
Talking about releasing our game on Greenlight.
Summary of my busy week at Neuron Games, Inc.
Continuing my work on the Pig Bug in Megaloptura....creating a blend mask material for its skin
The next step of our Pig Bug development for our new game Megaloptura, UV Mapping
Randell Trulson's Comments
[News - 03/04/2013 - 09:19]
We got our game nearly ...
We got our game nearly completed before going on KS so that we would make sure that we would deliver what we said we would. Unfortunately our project is tanking because we don 't have any press. I doubt anyone on here has even seen it. The game is called ...
[Blog - 02/19/2013 - 06:05]
@Abel - Thanks I will ...
@Abel - Thanks I will check out the blog. We mainly use OneNote for mile high views of things, it can get trying when using it through dropbox sometimes, but it beat paying for SharePoint : r n r n@Thibault - PerForce is one of the best in the biz. ...
[News - 02/01/2013 - 03:04]
Still luv you guys :D ...
Still luv you guys :D Just didn 't like everyone freaking out when I can 't actually find a cause of the freak out.
[News - 08/31/2012 - 03:48]
[Blog - 07/16/2012 - 06:39]
We have both Asus and ...
We have both Asus and Acer and never had a problem. The Acer is abused beyond belief and simply won 't die...I don 't know...I would say it was a fluke, but too many people have been emailing me since we blogged this stating the same.
[News - 05/07/2012 - 05:05]
Ah...it is all good though. ...
Ah...it is all good though. Even it Kickstarter starts to fade....something else, maybe another form of crowd funding will pop up. People are getting tired of pitching game ideas to suits and accountants that don 't care about gaming so much as they do about how your game will fit ...