[By Yōko Sano, 1977] Once, there was a cat who lived for a million years. He died a million times. He lived a million times. He was truly a splendid tabby-cat. A million people loved him, and a million people cried when he died. But never once did the cat cry. Once, the cat belonged… Continue reading The cat who lived a million times
A few years ago I played Scribblenauts Unlimited, created by 5th Cell, and it was a let-down, at least for me. When I first played the original Scribblenauts for the Nintendo DS, I thought it was an amazing game. Years later I bought Unlimited, hoping to be playing an astonishing game. I must admit the game is… Continue reading Scribblenauts unUnlimited
Just like last year, I participated on the Caracas Game Jam (part of the Global Game Jam). This year the jam started with three keynotes. The first one was delivered by Mitu Khandaker-Kokoris (Tiniest Shark) and talked about the importance of games as an art form, why she loves them and the importance of humility, specially when jamming.… Continue reading Game Jam 2015
The one where I begin to use GameMaker and explore several tutorials.
I haven't written much about my projects in this blog, ironically being that something I've meant to do since I started it. Following what I did with Awesometracks (which I should continue working on more often) and my Articles, I came up with GameDev Diaries as a means to fulfill this objective. The idea is to make a concise summary of the… Continue reading GameDev Diaries: Introduction