Posts Tagged ‘learning’

Ninja ATalk v 0.1

Posted by (twitter: @emmaheroe)
Sunday, April 17th, 2016 10:35 am

The ShapeShifting Hands of a mute person have the power to comunicate in any place in any part of the world.

In this game, you have to form words connecting the letters in the circle of magic jutsu stuff…

It was made in 4 hours in the OneClickJam (that starts just at the same time as LudumDare, so i used both themes (accesibility and shapeshift) to create it) I had made this game with Federico Arias (music) and Georges Issa (general help), but since it had to be in so short time, the graphics werent original (the magic simbol of sakura maybe is a prove of that xD), but right now im working on them to make it completly original and since it was made in team i had the 72 hours range to make it work :)

You can actually play the game in its actual form by clicking in the image :)

handleguage

I wrote quite a bit on my experiences on LD31, which boiled down to these points:

  1. Restrictions are good – and why this theme was pretty awesome for me.
  2. I set out with a few learning goals, and this is how I applied them.
  3. Things to keep in mind to get more people to play your game.

Linking to my post so as to not over-spam the LD feed with wall of text, but I think it’s really worth a read, because I learned a fair bit and I think these are good things for everyone to think about as jammers!

Then, a sweet gameplay video for my game No More Boxes.

And a little look at the characters of No More Boxes :)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please give No More Boxes a play! 😀

New Udacity course HTML5 Game Development

Posted by (twitter: @tristan_lasty)
Tuesday, February 5th, 2013 7:32 pm

A new Udacity course has just begun, which may be of interest to (future) HTML5 game programmers.

https://www.udacity.com/course/cs255

(Or Watch the short intro video:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=F3JeV756B7w )

The course has only just begun so there is not much content yet, just Unit 0 and Unit 1.

Free to sign up and participate.

There are other courses too, ranging from beginners to advanced (python mostly, and even non-computery courses like physics, statistics, algebra)

 

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