My new android game, The Sleeping Game, is now in open beta. I am trying to get as many testers as possible to make sure it works on a variety of devices. You can use the link below to become a tester and download the app.
In one of the many games I am working on, and will probably never finish, I decided to add Google Play Game Services so that the player can win achievements, post game scores to leaderboards, and share all of this fun with others.
I have a new game for Android devices that I will be releasing soon called The Sleeping Game. I’m not going to give out any details yet, it’s all very hush-hush. I don’t believe there has ever been a game like this one before, you could say it’s going to create a new genre.
I’m going to be looking for beta testers in the next few days, so if your interested drop me a private message.
Last year Thomas and I worked on an RTS networked, multiplayer space tank game. (I’ll explain the tank part in a minute.) I ran into trouble with the multiplayer networking part on Android devices. On Windows it was fine, but on Android devices is stuttered badly. I decided to drop the project (not like I need a reason too). Recently I revisited it and have made some improvements.
This is going to be a touchy subject for some. Some folks think if you don’t code in C you are fooling yourself. On the other extreme, I cringe when I hear someone say they program in Excel. Continue reading “What do I code in?”→
I’ve released a Windows version of my Loaves n’ Fish game. Originally created for Android, this new Windows version includes a wider window for more fish catching fun!
Loaves n’ Fish is a free, fun game where you try to catch loaves of bread and fish in a basket while avoiding the rocks. Have fun while remembering the miracle of how Jesus fed over 5,000 people with only fives loaves of bread and two fish.As with all of my games on this website, Loaves n’ Fish is completely free!’
If you do a google search on Christian video games you tend to find two types of games; teaching games directed at those who are already Christians, and games that try to be relevant in an effort to compete with secular games. I’ll touch on the first type, but it’s the second type of Christian video game I really want to get into. And then I will talk about a third type that I think Christian developers should embrace. Continue reading “Where are the Christian Indie Games?”→