I am incredibly excited to introduce the new SpyParty environment art style! Okay, okay, so we officially revealed the new environment art style back in August, right before PAX, but I never actually posted here on the blog about it. Heck, it’s even running in the game now, so if you want to see it for yourself, […]
Archive for the ‘design’ Category.
Despite my best intentions to do it “right after PAX“, I finally released the new artwork into the wild this week! Yes, if you are already a beta tester, just run SpyParty and connect to the lobby and you’ll get the update automatically, and if you’re not a beta tester, and want to check out […]
Three hours, forty-two minutes, and fifty-four seconds is too long for a YouTube video. I don’t mean technically; it’s actually really great that YouTube now allows long videos. I mean in every other way. It’s too long to edit. It’s too long to watch. It’s too long to watch again to see if you made […]
When you’re making an online multiplayer game, you have to worry about the community that builds itself around your game. In the beginning the worry is, “Will there be a community at all?” If you’re lucky and don’t screw things up too badly, and people like your game, a community will start growing around it, […]
Update: Okay, the video is up from this talk, it’s a mix of general indie game stuff, some SpyParty and The Witness stuff, and miscellaneous stuff: Jonathan Blow and I will be answering—or trying to answer—questions from the audience on Wednesday, May 8th, at 7pm PDT in San Francisco as guests of the SF IGDA. […]