Category Archives: game design

Never Forget Me beta + Future romance games

First of all Public Service Announcement: my upcoming otome game “Never Forget Me” is now in beta. The only thing missing is the official game main menu and the theme song. Everything else is there and should be working! For … Continue reading

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Size does it matter!

In the picture above, my cat Tofu is exhausted by the heat Regarding the blog post title, I am not referring to what you think! I am talking of course about a game’s size 😉 From time to time, I … Continue reading

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So, what’s next?

This year, so far I finished three games, with the fourth (Queen Of Thieves) already in a good state for a beta. So, what’s next? 🙂 First half of 2016 First of all, we’re halfway through 2016. I’m not going … Continue reading

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A roleplaying Summer!

In the screenshot above, Arianna in her “Queen Of Thieves” outfit, and a young Lysander I am now scripting the Queen Of Thieves last main plot scenes, which include some flashbacks: the man you see above is Lysander when he … Continue reading

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The wind of change

Need to give credit to my wife for the nice photo above! And now after writing this title, I have the good old Scorpions’ song stuck in my mind! “Listening to the wind of change” or better listening to the … Continue reading

Posted in card games, dating sims, development tricks, game design, general, indie life, life simulation, other games, otome games, roleplay games, simulation games, strategy games | 18 Comments