RT @theBanov: ICYMI, @CoinCrypt's 50% off + new expansion came out this week. Deck-building roguelike! t.co/mmT1HqqS76 t.co/i… (Today)

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@TeddyDief there would be a lot of public safety ads about not getting telefragged (Yesterday)

@soylent I placed an order for 2.0 back on 9/20 and haven't heard anything since "Label Created." Didn't hear back from support either :( (Yesterday)

@MattThorson hmm probably should have forward momentum into the slash so I can slash dash cancel into a leap and then ground pound. (2 days ago)

@goldbuick huh? o_o (2 days ago)

Pure Entity Component systems stuff look super cool and fun but I never have any idea how to apply it to my projects t.co/RC1et7D4Ba (2 days ago)

@gabrielviolence damn you got a free midnight raccoons show #jealous (2 days ago)

@Capn_Andy yeah they had those in august it was fucked up man (2 days ago)

@sgricci Wow nice :O (3 days ago)

@sgricci Yeah I unfortunately have no idea how to make it run in linux x_x (3 days ago)

There's now examples all the way up to "Sound and Music" for using my game making framework, Otter! t.co/E1a9eHjHSP (3 days ago)

@raiganburns @MattThorson Oh all of my bugs right now are currently caused by the slopes haha, gonna dig in some more today. (3 days ago)

@raiganburns @MattThorson they all take turns moving 1 px until all movement is done. I don't want any frames of showing overlap :o (3 days ago)

@gabrielverdon what the hell this is breaking my brain (3 days ago)

@braceyourselfok fun is the perfect random reward schedule timing to make sure levels of dopamine peak with anticipation of course!11 (3 days ago)

@larsiusprime Yeah this is Otter. I mean if I can understand the logic it shouldn't be an issue to port it over to C# Otter code. (4 days ago)

@larsiusprime Hmm I should check it out at least though! always can learn stuff from other approaches (4 days ago)

@larsiusprime I mostly just want a system of things that can be pushed and carried that applies to all the game objects, with slopes! (4 days ago)

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2013 - 10 - 24 / 9:47 am / general

Indie Custom Magic Cube

Indie Custom Magic Cube

Last year before GDC I had a small part in creating a completely custom set for Magic: The Gathering based on the indie game development scene. The full set ended up being 360 cards total, and I'm responsible for about 45 of those cards! I even made it into a couple of cards myself, with Kyle Pulver, Game Jammer, and Rapid Prototyping. My cards were the ones about Source Control, Multimedia Fusion, Lyle in Cube Sector, and a couple of references to Bonesaw, Snapshot, and Offspring Fling.

Update: The indie cube has been taken down. I suggest reading this to find out more.

Here's just a small sample of some of my favorite cards, you can check out the full visual spoiler to see the rest.




And now a card that I hate with all of my being because Edmund used it on me every game and kept stealing my best creatures from my hand:

Blue is so annoying.

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2011 - 3 - 8 / 12:10 pm / events

GDC2011: Independence Day

GDC2011: Independence Day

Normally I would probably start posting about Game Developers Conference as soon as I got home from it, but this time is a little bit different. This year I only have 2 whole days of being home in my room before I have to fly out to the east coast for PAX East, so the GDC recap posts will be pretty slow. (I hope that you didn't already forget that Snapshot is sharing a big booth there for the Boston Indie Showcase.)

The first highlight of GDC I will be sharing is going to be probably the best one of them all. This year I gave a 5 minute micro-talk (which I will probably post about later) which somehow lead to me being back on stage in front of the microphone talking about things, doing impressions, and finally executing the Independence Day speech with my dear friend Tommy Refenes.

This magical moment was caught almost entirely on film by the people in the audience, so check it out:

Or look at a a vimeo version.

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Hi there, my name is Kyle, and I'm a kid disguised as a grown up. I'm making video games and living the indie game developer life in Tempe, Arizona. Here you will find my thoughts, games, websites, doodles, and other stuff like that. I worked on Snapshot, Offspring Fling, and a whole bunch of other games. I also created and maintain Otter, a 2d game making framework. If you want to get a hold of me use the form on the bottom of the page, leave a comment, or just tweet at me. I try to post three times a week. Thanks for stoppin' by! You're the coolest.

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