I'd like to present LogicEmu, a new logic circuit emulator working in the browser:
It's somewhat different from most logic circuit emulators, because it's cell based and internally with 2D ASCII diagrams, and it comes with a huge ton of circuits prebuilt which can be immediately selected from dropdowns to try out all kinds of cool stuff!
How is it related to gamedev? It's an educational game, it's also vaguely like minecraft redstone, and may be useful for developing/testing/verifying such circuitry engines in games. It's open source on github to see how it works.
Please let me know any feedback. Suggestions, bugs, overall impressions, critique, ... are all super welcome
By Atwo Studios
Would anyone be able to offer up some advice on my resume as well as have any pointers/tips when applying to a game designer job?
I've been applying everyday for over a month for positions ranging from internships to full time game designer positions.
Any advice would be helpful!
Game Dev Resume.docx
QuizTime.live is a new quiz platform, a collection of skill games where you can win a LOT of money!
The games are played in real time, with 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 players.
At special times there are tourneys, with an unlimited number of participants.
The prize money depends on the number of players.
I would appreciate your feedback.
This is an adult psychedelic fighting game with spirits of the natural elements.
Choose your character to represent an anthropomorphic version of the different elements.
Earth, fire, air, water and more. There are 28 Archelemental spirits to unlock.
Take on challenges to earn more goodies such as sexy content, story modes and even make your own Archelemental to play and to share it with others.
Download here :
I'm creating 3D environment for our side-scroller platformer game Warriorb. I use Blender for creating props and UE4 as game engine. My aim is to create different looking and feeling area types while keeping the same art style. I go for something between stylized and realistic. I don't use much detail because I don't have much time for each area. I've attached some examples. If you have any tip on how to improve my scenes I would be glad to hear it!
By Light Yagami
This is my first time doing anything like this and I need some advice. As part of my school assignment, I need to create an educational video game about mutation. Here is my idea - there are three levels, each level has two arcade type games and the number of points earned in each game is the level of mutation you can cause to your character. Ultimately in each level, the mutations you cause to your character in the game will result in how ready they will be for the boss battle at the end of each level. The first two levels will have an interactive text battle and level three will have animation. I need help creating this game and feedback to make it easier because of the time constraint. I will keep updating on how the game is but this is my first time with Unity so I would appreciate any sort of feedback.
My game design document is attached if any of you want further details on the game.
Game Design Development Template.docx
I managed to finish my first Android Game from A-Z in about 2 months, the game was planed to be an endless game since as a solo Dev i thought it would be easier to finish , it was created using Unity/blender3d and i made everything except for the music tracks.
Currently i am looking for feedback, especially about mechanics and game play, especially since i found out this is the hardest thing while developing as and indie , i seem to be able to get 0 feedback from most communities i posted in so i hope i will have more luck here.
A short game play trailer:
The game is Free and available on Google Play Store:
So feel free to comment , critiques are appreciated, even if they are harsh, since that is what will help me improve the game.
Also the website for the project : http://crazyapplesstudio.com/
By DreamHack Activities
3 Reasons Indies Should Apply for DreamHack's New Activities
Coming to Austin June 1-3
We're expanding our DreamHack events to encompass a "Gaming Lifestyle" approach. So basically we're bringing a ton of new content to the already massive show that focuses on Indies, Tabletop, Films, Students, Art, and more. Of course this means we're making everything we're already doing even bigger and more awesome such as Esports, LAN, Music, Expo, and pretty much everything else.
The Top 3 Activities Indies Should Apply For...
1. Indie Playground: The Indie Playground is a curated area where games entered into our competition before the event have a chance to win a complimentary booth to showcase their game. The selected games are organized into 12 genre categories that are reflected in the layout of the Indie Playground. Multiple titles are selected for each genre ensuring attendees will enjoy as many indie titles as possible. It's free to enter and those selected will score a FREE 10'x10' booth. We're pretty flexible on what you can send us. If you're not finished with your game yet you can definitely still submit. We've judged and accepted tons of unfinished video games, tabletop, etc. before.
Deadline: April 20, 2018
2. Game Pitch Championship: The Game Pitch Championship was created to help build the skills you need to successfully get your product out there. Many developers are talented and either nail the build they have to show but don’t really nail the business plan or they nail the business plan and not the build. With a pitch, you have a short time to impress so you need to nail it all. This competition will not only help hone your skills with industry vets guiding your progress through the competition, but you’ll win accolades too. You could also win $2,500!
Prize: $2,500 USD
Deadline: April 20, 2018
3. Art Gallery: Exactly as it sounds, our gallery showcases some of the most amazing artists in video games, tabletop, comics, anime, and more. DreamHack staff select a number of works then we just print cool art on canvas for FREE—your game gets a slice of advertising while our fans enjoy a non-TV wall on the expo floor. It doesn't even require you to be onsite for the event, so this one should be a no-brainer.
Deadline: April 20, 2018
Good luck!! Reach out to email@example.com for questions.