GameDev Diaries II

It's been a while since I last wrote a chapter on this diary. I know I promised to do it at least once a week but I've had a lot of work to do since January after landing two small freelance projects on mobile games. Despite all that work, I learned some new tricks midway. Although I never continued it, during the first two… Continue reading GameDev Diaries II

HTML5 Brick-breaker game with Phaser

My friend, Jorge Palacios (@pctroll), just released his first gamedev book on how to develop a brick-breaker clone in HTML5, using Phaser. In his own words: It is the result of teaching game development at a local institute that focuses on learning by doing. The book is bundled with all the necessary assets and well-commented source… Continue reading HTML5 Brick-breaker game with Phaser

GameDev Diaries: Introduction

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

Phaser, HTML5 and this.isMadness

This year I decided to work on my portfolio, as I nearly had none, so I made a list of games I'd like to develop and, well, started developing them. The basic idea is that I can't develop all of those ideas and have a finished product, as I don't have neither the powerhouse nor… Continue reading Phaser, HTML5 and this.isMadness