Dev Blog 1: Motivation

Coming up with a concept for a game is generally pretty easy.  I have countless ideas that I'd like to create, but the time required to make just one turns choosing a project into a more difficult task.  I am the father of two little boys and decided that I'd like to make a game for them.  I'm not planning on making a kids game.  No, I'm aiming more for a game that they can appreciate when they're older and something that would still be entertaining to an adult.  Doing so also gives me more time, as I won't have to worry about it being complete before they grow to old.


Sometimes things don't work out.

Just looking at the news feed, you'd see that things have been pretty quiet.  The truth is that I never stopped working.  Shortly after completing Loot Grinder, I was in talks with a good friend to make my next game.  The project was pretty ambitious, an exploring, scuba diving, sea lab building game. Oh, and we'd have multiplayer too.  We decided to move my game engine over to Monogame since XNA was being retired and the development began sometime in the middle of 2013.

Loot Grinder Updated - 1.04.2

We've pushed out another patch for Loot Grinder with a couple minor fixes and changes.

Windows Phone

  • Fixed: Equipment stat indicators misreported when hovering over accessories
  • When buying spells, text now also indicates what class can cast the spell
  • Reduced prices of inn, items, weapons, armor, and spells
  • Fixed: Spells as secondary abilities didn't work after loading a game


Website Updated

The website layout is complete.  We have begun work on our next project.  In time we will begin posting new details about it as well as a developer diary to show you all what we're working on.