Here are the thoughts of an indie developer after he finally finishes developing the game he started 13 years ago. Learn from his mistakes as he lists out the six “A”s that you should pay special attention to. The video right after the break.
This is a short film (documentary) on what most schools don’t teach. Yes, this subject or thing is programing/coding (whichever way you want to call it). I got to learn some programming in my junior college years through my chosen subject of computer science. I absolutely enjoyed the process of every single application that I’ve coded (even the most basic ones). It is even more satisfying to see the application work and come alive. From mere words, or code, into full fledged working applications that perform the task you decide it to.
Do you know what Minecraft is? If you don’t, shame on no one. Minecraft is a sandbox indie game that is played by millions and millions of people all over the world. In the game, you are able to place down different types of blocks to form and create anything you want. There are outstanding “art” pieces out there created solely using the game itself. From massive recreations of iconic movie scenes to insanely innovative use of the in-game scripting mechanics to create calculators and devices, Minecraft has seen people done the most incredible and creative stuff. So why is minecraft fun? Let two kids tell you why. Continue reading
Chinese imitation goods, famous worldwide for their blatant accurate copies of the design of popular goods but with terrible performance and quality. All kinds of goods in fact are imitated; we have fake soccer jerseys, fake food, fake gadgets etc. Today, I stumbled across this mini documentary that talks a bit more about the “Shanzai”, chinese imitation, industry in China. Yes learn more about the wiiphone, vii and stuff like that. Read on for the documentary. Continue reading