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Suspense

Member Since 30 Sep 2007
Offline Last Active Mar 29 2014 10:50 AM

Journal Entries

Journal of Suspense > The Trouble With Inspiration

Posted 14 September 2012

... is that I need it. Everyone at some point tries to tackle a project that's too big and ends up failing. We've all been there, right? So we think to ourselves, "From now on I need to stick with smaller projects I know I can complete." And maybe you actually do finish one or two like that. But for me at least, that's not enough....


Journal of Suspense > Prototype 1 finished

Posted 19 May 2012

Wow, I forgot how draining a full-time job can be. It's been surprisingly difficult to work on my game after I get home in the afternoon. Of course, the chronic insomnia is probably also a factor. Either way, finally managed to crank out some more code and finish off the first prototype. You can play around with it...


Journal of Suspense > First version of game prototype - playable!

Posted 03 May 2012

Of course when I say playable, I mean you can press keys and something happens on the screen: link. A and D to move, space to jump, click to throw a snowball. Graphics are filler.

My original idea was to make a Scorched Earth with a snowball fight setting. ...


Journal of Suspense > Graduation means lots of new stuff!

Posted 26 April 2012

As I said in my last journal post (5 months ago), I've been really focused on finishing school. That's my reason for not updating... ever. But that period is over now! Yep, I graduated last week. Finally. So now that I have time to breath, I also have time to show you guys all my shiny new stuffs! First up is stuff I mentioned in my...


Journal of Suspense > new game and other happenings

Posted 17 December 2011

Hard to believe it's been 6 months since my Frogwood project went the way of the dodo. Here's a little update on what's going on now.

I've been focusing a lot on finishing school, so that's been a hindrance on any personal projects. But I'll be graduating in April, so who knows what will happen at that point. My CS course...


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