Good news, everyone!

Good news, everyone!Today has been a day of excellent progress in Phenomenon 32. I still occasionally build levels that are too big (i.e. that won’t be playable on normal hardware and have to be altered), but I’m very happy with this strange post-apocalyptic world that is coming together. Will I finish the game before the end of October? We’ll see… I do unfortunately have to work today and tomorrow, which will eat some of my time, but it’s not entirely impossible that in two or three days, with the help of the all-powerful Atheismo, the game will be finished. Of course there will still be playtesting and polishing to do, but I’m not too worried about that. Right now I’m quite excited – I’m approaching the last areas of the game, and I’ve been looking forward to those for a while.

And now I have to go teach some people about academic writing. Blargh. At least the company is good.

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  1. JM

     /  October 28, 2009

    Seeing that your PC is more powerful then my laptop by a mile, I don’t see it playing the game. 🙁

  2. It might actually run fine – I’ve really removed a lot from those levels, and am going to continue optimizing the game as much as I can. And there are very few levels of that size to begin with.

  3. Evil Roda

     /  October 29, 2009

    Squeeeeee!
    I can hardly wait! If you don’t finish this by the middle of November, I’m going to literally implode!
    By the way, how’s it looking in the future for children? We must populate this planet with your genetic code. If the world does not see your children, assuming they are as awesome as you are, this world will have lost all meaning. Well, fine, not all meaning. There’s candy, donuts, cakes, cookies, liver and onions…
    Now I’m just making you hungry, aren’t I?

  4. That is the second time I’ve seen him and read something in his voice…

    GET OUT OF MY HEAD!

  5. It really works. You just have to look at the image, and then you can hear him reading the text.
    I find this to be both wonderful and hilarious.

  6. By the way, how’s it looking in the future for children? We must populate this planet with your genetic code. If the world does not see your children, assuming they are as awesome as you are, this world will have lost all meaning.

    Children are mostly annoying, but even they do not deserve the bugfest that is my genetic code.

  7. Sarah

     /  October 31, 2009

    … (insert snarky comment about academic writing here).

  8. Sarah

     /  October 31, 2009

    … *twitches at mention of academic writing* You.. have fun with that.
    Gotta love the professor, though.
    And I would object to your children comment, but that would make me a raging hypocrite.