Defend Your Nuts
Well, I finished my second Flash game called Defend Your Nuts, which is a free-to-play Flash game sponsored by Armor Games. The project took six weeks of development and then one week of part-time bug-fixing and polish. I used a lot of audio from freesound.org and the royalty free music was purchased from pond5.com and soundloopstudio.com. I did all the programming and art. It is a simple game designed to appeal to the large casual gaming audience. There are four weapons, half a dozen enemies, a boss fight, and three difficulty settings, so a play-through can take less than 25 minutes.
My other blog shows the progress of how the game was developed, as well progress on my current projects.
In a nutshell (no pun intended), I developed Pigs Can Fly which got sponsored by MaxGames.com. Then I proceeded to quit my job and go do indie game development full-time. This is my second game and has done very well in all aspects. I really had to push myself hard to do all the art and animation, which was very time consuming. I'm currently finishing up an unnamed mobile tower-defense game for iOS and Android using Corona (cool library!)...