It’s that time of the season again. Jam time! Here is my second entry. Why mention the second entry first? Because I think it’s better.
Continue reading Post Apocalyptic
libGDX Jam 21‘s theme was Floating Cities. And what better way to spit in the face of that than have some sinking cities? I certainly went a bit quackers with this entry!
Continue reading Floating Cities
Dall-E Mini is the hot sauce at the minute, innit? So I fed it each of my itch.io titles to see if it’s a better artist than I am. To be fair, a title isn’t a lot to go off, and it failed miserably.
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One market I’d like to tap into is the Apple one. As it stands, I can build for and test on Windows, Linux, Android, Chrome and Firefox. It’s not like I have a commercially viable product, but it would still be nice to be able to test and maybe help Apple users who have issues.
Continue reading Apple market
Here are some of my old tweets that aren’t substantial enough to each get their own page on this blog.
Continue reading Miscellaneous Tweets
This one sure took a while to get working on the web, but it’s now up and available for all! Might still have a race condition here and there. libGDX Jam 20! Underground or Overground?
Continue reading Underground or Overground?
It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything here, so let’s take the opportunity to defeat the point of Twitter by making a somewhat longform post to recap in chronological order what’s been happening in the Java Cake Games world between my last tweet and now.
Continue reading March 2022 recap
I made a 3D game for Halloween Jam 2021. And what’s a better way to start November than by checking this out?
Continue reading Ghostta Go!
Well there we are. I’ve been backstabbed (/s) by former partner Developer Doge. He’s basically created a tutorial for how to cheat on the Unipop leaderboards. But what can we learn from this?
Continue reading Re: Hacking The Leaderboards
The theme for the 18th libGDX jam was zero gravity! And oh boy, is there a solid number of entries. As with every jam, it’s a real mixed bag of high-quality stuff and… stuff.
Continue reading Zero Gravity