Soon I will be recreating this site, and in the process I’ll most likely remove these older posts. Why? Because they suck. Most of them are poorly written, and I know I can do much better.
Here are the projects I will be working on:
- Compendia (Name Pending) – An iOS card game that focuses on recognizing patterns.
- Maiden Days – An action/casual strategy game for iOS.
- Personal Website – Pretty self explanatory.
- PhoneTree – A social networking solution to managing contact information.
Those are the projects I’m “zero-ing” in on. There are a few that have been placed on the back burner as well:
- Ultra Troopers – Action top-down shooter for OSX.
- The Misadventures of Mayoskin – Metroidvania style game for the Xbox.
- “Syntropy” – Platformer (my favorite type of game) for an unknown platform.
And some projects that have been cut out:
- DigiSync – Facebook contact syncing app for iOS.
- Facepalm – Facebook novelty app.
- Dragon Fierce – A top-down arcade game for iOS.
Looking forward to posting updates on these projects!
I’ve decided not to change the title of this post. Given the subject matter of my blog I found it fitting.* I guess this is a good place to start some sort of introduction. Hi. Now that that’s done I can begin talking about what to expect on this blog. I think this will primarily serve as a development diary, although I’ll include other things too. Maybe some strange observations, or something to break away from topics unsuitable for non-developers, to make this less monotonous.
Stuff I’m Developing:
- DigitSync iOS facebook contact synchronizer.
- Draconem (name pending) iOS arcade style game.
- Hobbyfan App for iOS (supposedly I’m making an app for where I work)
Other Stuff I Do:
- Play Games (Currently playing MvC 3)
- Go Out (Oakland nightlife scene? maybe)
- Workout (I like to keep in shape, routine, diet… eh I’ll think of something)
- XNA X-Box Dev** (I literally just downloaded XNA 4.0 with Visual C# Express Edition)
*a “Hello World” is typically the first program written by computer programmers learning a new programming language or framework. teehee.
** I’ll probably abbreviate the word develop(ment) with dev, and developer with devver. Just a heads up.