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Bomb Your House – Post LD32 update 3

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Saturday, June 27th, 2015 6:10 pm

A new update for my LD32 jam has been released! Get your download here!

Bomb Your House – Update 2 (LD32)

Posted by
Sunday, May 31st, 2015 9:56 am


I have updated my post version of my LD32 jam. Download links and details

Bomb Your House – Post compo

Posted by
Sunday, May 3rd, 2015 4:08 pm

I am happy to announce the first post compo update to my LD32 game: Bomb Your House!


For those of you that have not played it, here is the gameplay summed up in 2 seconds:



For this update I have mostly focused on controls and underlying technicalities to improve the overall experience. Here are some of the stuff I have fixed:

  • Stroke is now continuous over several objects
  • Fixed interpolation glitch when drawing on UV seams
  • Significantly improved the controls for mouse users
  • Added Zen mode (alternative controls which some may prefer)
  • Made the bathroom slightly bigger and less claustrophobic
  • Improved UV maps on all models
  • Tweaked edge smoothness on all models
  • Tweaked some textures
  • Added atmospheric sound

I am working on making this game a full release. If you want to follow my progress, check out my Devlog on Tigsource.

Download links

Unity webplayer




Update 4: Bomb Your House – Post mortem

Posted by
Tuesday, April 21st, 2015 7:03 am

I completed my first ever Ludum Dare! Yay!!!

I had a lot of fun, and I think my game represents my intial idea, although quite different.


Bomb Your House (LD link)


Gameplay summed up in 2 seconds:


25 minutes of me having fun with the game:


My initial idea was a game where you first scout an area for places to tag, then create a grafitti stencil, and then perform the grafitti while avoiding guards. The story was going to be political or personal where you take out your revenge for whatever reason.

While programming the placement of the tag and drawing of the stencil itself, I discovered that it was actually much more fun just drawing. So I then came up with an idea where you can draw directly on the revenge target’s car. After some unity hurdles, my drawing mechanic worked!

I then changed my mind about the car and went on creating a bathroom, as I thought it could be fun to just vandalize such a private place. That is when my idea for the story came up: Your family is planning on moving to another place. You are a kid, who doesn’t want to move. So in order to turn down any potential buyers, you draw all over the apartment.



This is the first time I make a game with Unity, and the second time I ever made a game in 3D. I used Boo as scripting language because I prefer the python like syntax.

The main thing I learned about Unity is that there is always an easy way to do something, it’s just hard to find out how. For example: I wanted the intro pictures to fit on any screen aspect ratio. I googled for a way, but none of the information I found was any useful. So I decided to create my own script for resizing the picture. This lead to several problems as you cannot just set the picture width to the screen width. After a couple of hours (which seemed like an eternity) I finally came up with an solution using the Unity UI system together with the canvas scaler component.

Other than that I had a pretty pleasant first time with Unity and I see myself using it again for future games.



I do programming, modeling, painting and audio. This always leads to an issue where I am not sure which one I should spend the most time on. However I ended up spending close to 50/50 on programming and graphics/audio. Which I think worked out nicely in this case.

If I had another day I would add an outro for the game where you can see the faces of shock. I would also add lots of small necessities for the bathroom, as it is pretty bare minimum at the moment.



For modeling purposes and UV mapping I used Blender, which is my favorite 3D studio. Photoshop was used for creating textures and intro paintings. I used Audacity for recording marker sounds. Git was used for keeping track of scripts (I am not really sure how to properly use git with Unity projects yet). Sublime Text was used for scripting.


What happens next?

I might develop this game further, adding more rooms which you can vandalize. Ipads, macs, fridge, etc. I think it could be a lot of fun. I would also like to take some time to fine tune the drawing mechanic, as the interpolation doesn’t take UV seams into account which can lead to some glitchy strokes. I would also like to support stroke interpolation between two objects, which I have not thought about a solution for yet.


Bomb Your House (LD link)

Update 3: Jumped on the JAM-wagon

Posted by
Monday, April 20th, 2015 2:03 am

I felt like my game needed some more time, so I am going to use the third day as well.

I have to work today as well, so I’ll only get half the day, but I think it’s enough to get the game where I want it!


Congrats to all of you who finished within the 48 hour mark :)

Update 2: Time to get some sleep

Posted by
Saturday, April 18th, 2015 8:00 pm

Since last update I have been tweaking a lot on the game mechanic. Seems to be pretty solid now.

I will do graphics, sound and story stuff tomorrow.


Good luck to all others out there!

Update 1: Core gameplay mechanic is in place!

Posted by
Saturday, April 18th, 2015 5:29 pm

This is my first LD and I am completely new to Unity.

After fiddling around all day with Unity I have finally got the core gameplay mechanic down and I am starting to feel a bit more familiar with Unity.

Now I have to give the game mechanics some context!

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