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Aurum Kings Development Post Mortem

Aurum Kings has officially released on Steam for Windows and Linux. While it was a long and exciting journey throughout the development of Aurum Kings, I think that it is high time to look back and reflect on my decisions throughout the development process. This post is not necessarily about the actual game as is it about my own development process.

Aurum Kings released on Steam!

I am happy to announce that Aurum Kings has officially launched on Steam today!

Unity build automation with Jenkins

Recently I have been upgrading my development pipeline and looking for ways to improve my dev ops. One of the biggest things that I knew I could improve upon was my build pipeline for my Unity games.

Extra Life 2018

I know that Extra Life doesn’t happen until November, but it’s best to get an early start on this stuff! This will mark my third year participating in this event, and I have a lot of plans going forward about this.

GDC 2018

This past week at GDC has been truly amazing. I have met a lot of new people as well as getting to experience new things with good friends. When I was packing up my stuff to leave on Friday, I had a touch of sadness in my heart that it was over, but a fiery passion to apply the new things that I have learned.

Javascript Audio Visualizer

For a recent class project, I had to make an audio visualizer using JavaScript with a canvas. I think that it looks pretty cool, and I am proud of how it turned out.

Cool Pallet Tools

Recently I have been doing a lot of work tweaking the color pallet for Aurum Kings, and I figured that I would share a couple resources that I have found useful.

Aurum Kings Demo – A Post Mortem

Recently I wrote a blog post on the official Bull Horn Game website about what went right and wrong at the Mini Maker Faire, and what the plans are for the game in the future. However, that wasn’t really in depth about my personal development process, and what I learned from the working two months on this project.

Game Design Break Down: Crawl

The theme of local multiplayer games continues this week with a break down of Crawl!

Game Design Break Down: Gang Beasts

I have been playing a lot of couch competitive/party games recently, the most popular among my roommates and I being Gang Beasts. I started wondering, what actually makes this game fun? Why has it grown to be so popular among my otherwise non-competitive roommates?

Quick and easy level generation with Unity

For the past couple of game jams that I have been a part of, I found myself wanting a quick way to generate 2D levels, without having to place things in the unity world editor. I recently found a quick and easy way to do this by using a 2D Texture map, and going through that pixel by pixel at the start of the game. Depending on the color of that pixel, just instantiate some sort of tile, set the player spawn, or anything else that could be in a side scrolling game.

Ergo Witness is now open source!

I have officially made Ergo Witness open source! It is capable of building to Android, Windows, Mac, and Linux. It is under the MIT License, so please feel free to fork it and use to to visualize whatever data you want!! The wiki is there with information about all methods that I have written, and which classes do what.

What makes Overwatch so good?

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Prototype of “Ergo Witness”

How to make HTTP GET/POST Requests in Unity 5 C#

Recently I have been doing a lot with GET and PUT requests to get JSON data from a server. Throughout my time working on this project, I noticed that the examples provided by Unity for using the WWW class for POST headers, is geared more towards SQL databases, and they make a lot of assumptions about your server configuration.

Data Visualization with the ELK stack and Unity

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