When 2022 started, I hadn’t even created any environments for Nixie. The first three months of the year were fantastic – I learned Aseprite, started making level tile sets, and also learned LDtk to assist creating levels with the new art, but then I dragged my feet on making progress for many months. Luckily from September to December, I really turned things around and made a lot progress on the game that gave me the confidence to keep going!(more…)
It’s been a few months since my last dev log entry but I’ve been quietly learning some new software and making some exciting progress on Nixie. I find myself often getting caught up on the creative side of things such as art, characters, story, and music, but as 2022 began, I made a resolution to focus on actually “making the game.”(more…)
Alternate title: I actually finished a Unity tutorial series.
Learning Unity for free on Youtube was probably the biggest “why did I go to college when I can learn stuff on the internet” experiences I’ve ever had. Now that being said, Unity is not something can be learned in a day, a month, or even a year, especially with my attention span running at like less than 10 frames per second. Unity is heavy software with a nearly endless amount of possibilities, plugins, and uses. I started with a great series on making 2D platforming games in Unity and here was my result: