Stumbled across this game engine (Duality) the other day: Anyone out there use it? Thoughts on it? Seems kinda neat. (Today)

@thegamedesigner I just heard of SharpDevelop which is apparently based on FlashDevelop which I loved using. (Today)

@ADAMATOMIC this is just one of the reasons I no longer support the skype empire (Today)

@floatvoid yup it is gross it's like playing all games with a minimum ping haha (Today)

@floatvoid yup TVs are terrible. Just saw a huge popular imgur thread about TVs for gaming and they barely mentioned tv lag. Insanity. (Today)

@TyrusPeace Ohh dang I havent tried the text stuff yet! (Today)

@RichFattoretto Yeah! It has so many cool brushes and brush options. I'm still trying to get used to some of the weird keyboard shortcuts. (Today)

Pleasantly surprised by Krita so far it's super solid for art stuff and even has sweet animation tools in beta. (Today)

@unseven Yeah it's like console games first went 3d and visuals were all over the place. I miss this concept art: (Yesterday)

@unseven The visuals are pretty bad :( (Yesterday)

@TimothyFitz Yeah that thing is pretty great on the high end of things, although this has it at 20ms: (Yesterday)

@ADAMATOMIC great I think if I get 500 of those I should have roughly the power of one normal fork lift (Yesterday)

@Chounard 28ms is... okay... (Yesterday)

@ADAMATOMIC got any hot CyBeR MoNdAy deals on fork lifts ?? (Yesterday)

@ADAMATOMIC ahh a friend of mine in phoenix has a widescreen CRT and it is amazing but unfortunately 10 billion lbs (Yesterday)

@Chounard Can't really find any monitors that are above 27" though that don't shoot up in price like crazy though. (Yesterday)

"this tv is great it has low input lag for gamers" *test shows 45ms* uhhhhhh (Yesterday)

@GreyAlien we don't even get to explore space ;_; (Yesterday)

@celsiusgs oh my god it took me so long to realize lttp had a different meaning and I thought everyone was somehow making a zelda reference (Yesterday)

@theBanov I'm noel francis berry (Yesterday)

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2013 - 4 - 9 / 1:32 pm / games

Indiana Stone: The Brave and the Boulder


Right before GDC my friend Tim Winsky released his first iOS game into the market, Indiana Stone: The Brave and the Boulder. He needed a quick and simple promotional site for the game, so I stepped up to the job.

The game itself is pretty rad too, and you should totally check it out, and then buy it and then tell all your friends to buy it. Viral marketing.

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2012 - 1 - 18 / 1:04 pm / general

My Anti-SOPA, Anti-PIPA Ramblings

My Anti-SOPA, Anti-PIPA Ramblings

Today is the day of the great internet eclipse with sites like Reddit and Wikipedia going completely dark from 8 to 24 hours in order to raise awareness about two horrible, terrible things that are moving through the House and the Senate here in the United States: SOPA and PIPA. I just want to make a quick post as to why I'm personally opposed to the two acts, specifically SOPA for right now.

SOPA and PIPA's goals are to ultimately stop piracy, and they are mostly crafted through lobbying by companies like the MPAA, RIAA, and the ESA. Do you think your average representative has enough knowledge of the internet and computers to draft something like this themselves? Of course not. To them, the internet is a big truck, or whatever the MPAA tells them it is that month.

The MPAA steps into congress and convinces them that they are in danger of being completely destroyed because of internet piracy. They claim to be losing jobs by the hundreds of thousands, and their profits are dropping, and it's all because of people downloading camera rips of Jack and Jill. (Just kidding, I don't think anyone pirated Jack and Jill.) Oh, and the MPAA's claims are mostly bullshit.

The result is congress drafting horrendous bills that are absolutely overkill, and that miss the point completely. Imagine the problem of piracy being a fly on your friend's face, and congress's response is to launch a nuclear warhead at the fly, thus annihilating your friend, you, and everything within a 50 mile radius.

SOPA, and PIPA, will not stop piracy.

But what they will do is harm people like me. I'm trying to make a living on the internet, like a lot of other people these days. Every day we see new and exciting ideas and starts up emerge right here on the internet because of its absolute freedom and fairness. Anyone can just buy a domain name, rent a server, and launch a website on their own, but SOPA and PIPA threaten this freedom.

For a cooler, more visual representation of the problem, I suggest watching this video. read more

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Hi! My name's Kyle, and I make video games most of the time in Denver, Colorado. 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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