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Weekend Reading: Tales from Journal Land

Posted by Gaiiden, in Weekend Reading 19 July 2013 · 438 views

I've been a nocturnal animal this past week to escape the 95-100F daytime temperatures blanketing the eastern US - not to mention the humidity here by the ocean. It's 1:43am right now and weather.com says it's 83F outside with a whopping 78% humidity (so it feels more like 90F). Today we had a heat index as high as 115F. Yowch. Luckily the heat breaks tomorrow...

Here are your Journal Land entries from the period of 7/12 - 7/19

Stop by and check out new Journal Land authors canochaba, Prot, yahiko00 and Arhim!

Project Updates
  • Once a Bird - Demosthenes shares a favorable and praising review of his latest iOS project Fold
  • OddGames development journal - O-san has been working on a scaling factor for his GUI to make things readable/usable at varying resolutions. He has some images of the results
  • Somewhere in space - AaronWizardstar has put down a good deal of notes on his game's background and setting
  • Fran Bow, a point & click adventure - bladderbloat has posted the second video blog, with more on the PR efforts and also some Q&A and how they're campaign is going
  • Making a Terrain Generator - TheChubu has finally gotten his terrain generation of rivers working to the point where he has some 3D renders to show off, although more work is still needed
  • Squared'D's Journal - Squared'D has the latest progress update, including shots of his model tool under development
  • The Bag of Holding - ApochPiQ started off the week with some big leaps towards his goal of getting his Epoch language working with a self-hosted compiler. He ended the week with success
  • Lotuz - Life with indie games - Arthur Souza has put up a second release of his 48hr soccer simulator project Brazuca
  • DMD 'Ware - polyfrag has made some new editor features and shows off buildings doors added with a brush
  • Beals Software - Programmer16 and his teammate both have video updates on the project's overall progress and a look at the current prototype
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