Improvements first. I decided to remake the art on Guardian of Lore. The game will have a much stronger appealing starting with the Library level that not long ago I redesigned completely to make it more interesting for the player to explore it, as I told about it at some of the last posts: Not… Continue reading Making up for lost time.
WHY?!?! Not long ago, after play testing the first boss and the tutorial itself I realized it was just not interesting enough. I know... I know... spending SO much time on the tutorial seems so boring and pointless... But that's the thing... it doesn't have to be... I don't intend it to make it like… Continue reading Tutorial boss reloaded…
From time to time in Game Development the team is able to make an advancement in developing that is neither flashy or interesting to show or talk about... yep, I'm talking about bugs, the decision to redesign some boss fight or level or in this case... both. For the last week I've been struggling with:… Continue reading Not every advancement can be spectacular…
As development moves forward as fast as we are humanly able to, the Fireball spell is taking shape... hope you love it as much as we do.
Choices, Choices, Choices, Choices, Choices, Choices... In the first post ever made on Guardian of Lore I explained how the choices you make in each level, shape the story the level was based on. You can read it here: The creative process behind G.O.L. A small summary: If in the story the level is based on, there is a character,… Continue reading Who doesn’t love a game with choices?
(Optional) First of all I'd like to apologize for the long time with no news... It's really hard to design, develop and take care of social network... but hey, let's pick up a notch and make the best game we can. The post today Do you like playing games where you can improve your weapon?… Continue reading You wanted items? You got items!
When your work involves creativity or even if it doesn't. Eventually, you'll get stuck. It's not a possibility, it's going to happen. Sooner or later you'll need to get around a mental block. This happened to me last week. If you read my last post: Side projects, the forbidden fruit of Indie Game Developers You'll… Continue reading Mental Block. Nightmare or Opportunity?