Louis-Nicolas Dozois's Member Blogs
This article is an in-depth look into the design of a level for upcoming 3D platformer, Suzy Cube. In it, we are going to examine the core concepts of the level and look at each individual section of the stage to see how they reinforce those concepts.
Optimization is, of course, important regardless of your target platform but on mobile platforms, it can make the difference between a game that feels great and one which feels unpolished. This article focuses on the custom culling system use in Suzy Cube
Adapting a controller-centric genre to the touch screen can be a daunting task. In this article, we'll be looking at the many little things, upcoming 3D Platformer, Suzy Cube does under the hood to accomplish this.
If variety is a good thing, then surely packing in as much variety into each of your game's levels is a sure fire recipe for success, no? In this article I'll go over how I've opted for variety over the course of the experience rather than levels.
When working on a game involving a lot of jumping and platforming, it's important for players to be able to form an intuitive sense of the avatar's jump height and distance. This article shows how this is being handled in upcoming platformer Suzy Cube.
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