Monthly Archives: April 2014

One of the biggest enemies of indie devs: the “feature creep”!

This shows starting conditions effect in a battle, useful to reproduce time-critical situations If you look at the definition of “feature creep” on Wikipedia, you’ll read: Feature creep, creeping featurism or featuritis is the ongoing expansion or addition of new … Continue reading

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Happy Easter

First of all want to wish you Happy Easter! 🙂 Second, Always Remember Me is finally released on Steam, after a week of delay! Sorry about that. Check it out here and spread the word: http://store.steampowered.com/app/291030 Seasons Of the Wolf … Continue reading

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My first 40 years (10 as indie)

I don’t have any decent recent photo so I’ll just go with this one, a few years ago 🙂 Today I’m 40, and it has been more or less 10 years since I’m doing indie games! The Past All began … Continue reading

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Weeklong sale, all my games 50% off

Next Friday, the 11th, I’ll be 40 years old! When I started making indie games, I never thought I would have been able to do it for so long 🙂 As a thank you, I’m discounting all my games (except … Continue reading

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The importance of randomness

In the screenshot above, the new random items in all their splendor! I’ve been recently playing Diablo3 on the PS3. I can hear a voice in my head saying: “What? You’re playing!? Go back immediately to work on the games!” … Continue reading

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