Posts Tagged "Unity 3D"

Combining the unusual with the familiar: The Recursive Dollhouse Post-Mortem

“I have a present for you,” announced the father as he walks into his family home with a big wrapped package. Excited, his daughter hastily unwraps the box. Her face opens into a big smile: it’s a dollhouse. “Take a look inside,” encourages the father. The small girl lifts the roof of the dollhouse to...

New Ludum Dare game: The Recursive Dollhouse

Like a swift ninja skittering across a frozen lake, Ludum Dare 37 have come and went swiftly… Hello, everyone! Sorry for the silent treatment, but we have a new game out! Inspired by an episode of Tales of the Unusual (Japanese version of Twilight Zone), we went full-on surreal: The Recursive Dollhouse is a very...

Not a Clone is Released!!!

Well, let’s get right to it. Not a Clone is released!!! You can grab it on AppStore (iPhone and iPads) and Google Play (Androids) right now: That’s right! After developing this game for almost 2 years since the #OneGameAMonth prototype, we’ve finally finished this incredibly ambitious project. We want to thank you all for following...

Not a Clone Update: What’s This? Another Demo Release?

Some of you may have noticed that a new version of Not a Clone Demo has been released. This is quite a rapid turnout compared to the last release, which came out a full month after the demo debuted. What’s going on? In short, we’ve been syncing the code and assets for the demos with...

Stop Asking Me Unity VR questions! The Hidden in Plain Sight Post-Mortem

In-between making a game for Ludum Dare game jam, we were also responsible for organizing the Tech Valley Game Space Ludum Dare real-world meeting, and acting as a tutor for the Unity application in a VR Hackathon at Tech Valley Center of Gravity. While we have dealt with being an organizer and making a game...

New Ludum Dare game: hack.source.net

We’re back from Ludum Dare 34, which means a new game! We’ve attended the Jam (team development challenge) with a new challenge: learn how to program a networked multiplayer game with Unity in just 72 hours. It was a tough ride, with lots of bugs, errors, computer screen coming alive, dragons being real, and philosophy...

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