… no? Doesn’t surprise me, it’s been a while. Anyway, I’ve put that one up for free! So, for anyone who’d like a read at it, click HERE. I even added an “online read” option, hosted on Smackjeeves (like my webcomic).
And that’s it. Hope you like it, and feel free to leave any comments. Seeya next time! ^^
Here’s one I’ve been hoping to obtain for a good while. Unfortunately, not everyone has their pockets filled with gold, so I had to wait a good while. I’m talking about the BEAST that is… Kotobukiya’s 1/100 Alteisen.
Got something that runs on iOS? An iPad, an iPhone, an iThinkappleneedstocomeupwithbetternamesfortheirshit… whatever. If you’re interested in BattleCON, you really should take a look at this baby right here:
“BattleCON is a fast paced head to head card game based on the mechancis of a 2d fighting game. It’s easy to learn but has deep strategies and tactics.
The BattleCON iOS app runs on iPads, iPhones, and iPods. The iPad version is shown here. The frame rate is choked to 10 fps for this demo (recorded on a desktop), but the final version of the game runs smoothly on iDevices.
The game supports online play via game center, and is planned to have solo play vs. an AI.
We’re expecting to release it sometime in April! Keep checking back for updates!”
So, yep… a card battling videogame of a physical card game based on fighting videogames… *mindblown*
… and I’d better get outta here before I start puking out “Yo dawg, I herd” jokes. Seeya next time! ^^
An indie group, Gyozabot, of which I’m technically a part of as the graphics man, is developing an RPG with RTS elements for Android tablets (a tablet game that’s not casual or a crappy port of an old game? ZOMG!!!), called Seculus. It’s got a pretty nifty concept, both in gameplay and story. Hell, they got me into the project by mentioning “science” and “religion” in the same sentence. I’m a sucker for that kinda conflict, and I’m sure many of you are, too. XD
What’s the catch? The project needs funding, and that’s where the community comes in.