Posts Tagged "Taro Omiya"

Adding story to Not a Clone

Apologize for the lack of updates for a few weeks. Many of us are recovering from the exhausting trip at the Game Developers Conference (GDC), so this week’s update is a small work-in-progress idea we’ve been bouncing around. Born from our writer, Robert Denner, the loading screen has been updated to look like a messenger application,...

The Screen-Shattering Not a Clone Update!

Last week, we shown a sketch of a few clicker microgames. We just finished integrating them into the game, and they’ll take the place of Box Clicker, posted back in August last year. Many thanks to Astra Wijaya for putting the graphics together. So how does one play Flower Clicker or Phone Clicker. Simply tap the...

Not a Clone August updates!

Howdy, all! We’re back from an exhausting and frantic August with some awesome updates to graphics and minigames. Some major progress has been made! First, Astra Wijaya improved Flappy Bee into Flappy Sombrero: He also improve Into The Cup into…Into The Cup: Taro Omiya, meanwhile, put together a couple of new minigames! Let’s see if...

Darumaman and Totemman in Not a Clone

We return to our regular program of Not a Clone updates with two animations: Darumaman and Totemman minigames! These will take place of Fungusman and Slapperman from the old Not a Clone build. Thanks again to Astra Wijaya for the graphical improvements. A while ago, we mentioned we were adding difficulty levels to each minigame....

Not a Clone update: Improving graphics in Not Angry Things

What’s this!? A new update on Not a Clone!? Yup, we finally have something new to show off since the brainstorming sketches nearly three weeks ago. First, the graphics in the clones formerly known as Not Angry Things and Not Angry Disks has been changed to Angry Monkeys and Angry Thieves respectively. Why? Well, you...

We’ll be at Game Developers Conference (GDC) 2015!

Hey, all. I know it’s not a regular convention, but we’ll be around at Game Developers Conference (GDC) next week. If you happen to be around, look for a guy named Taro Omiya that looks like this: Hope to see you there!

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