Almost a year ago, I decided to branch out to Unity3D for all my gamedev needs. What was meant to be a two-month experiment took about 6+ months to create a fully-voiced, three-room adventure game starring an Old Timey Detective in Old York City. And now the game’s first release is ready to go!
Play the game over here, for PC, Mac, and Linux!
Because this is the game’s first build and I don’t know what I’m doing in Unity, you may run into a bug or some concerns. I encourage you to leave a comment providing technical feedback on how I may improve future releases. I also want to thank you in advance for putting up with my horrible Boston and German accents. Thanks, and enjoy the game!
April 10 2016 | Stuff I Made, Video Games | 1 Comment »
A group of us teamed up to make a game for 2015’s AdventureJam. It’s a comedy about a girl retracing her steps through a series of bizarre fantasy worlds in search of a few things she dropped. The development team consists of myself (as lead animator and background artist) with fellow adventurers and developers including Jess Morrisette, Gareth Millward, and Troels Pleimert (concept and design), Natalie Juhasz (art), and SQInc co-developers, Akril (programming, art) and Frederik Olsen (music).
It’s free-to-play, so come check it out at GameJolt and leave a review! Hopefully, we can do a special edition soon…
April 18 2015 | Stuff I Made, Stuff Other People Made, Video Games | No Comments »