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Windows 10

July 30, 2015

Installation I just upgraded to Windows 10 using the download tool. Download took around 4 minutes and installation around 1 hour. I have an SSD and deactivated my AntiVir solution to get the quickest installation possible before leaving for work and it looked promising in the beginning having completed phases 1 and 2 of the […]

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Technical Setup

July 28, 2015

The premise for this project is to deliver something top notch. Something that has the potential to amaze people. One aspect of that is story and gameplay. Another big part is the technology behind. I am a strong believer in early on adopting new technologies. This will incur the cost of having to deal with […]

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Writing a Story

July 27, 2015

I started back in October 2014 when the summer was gone and temperatures got cold. And I started like all stories start: with a blank sheet of paper. They are horrible. These first words and ideas. I did not want to get into the situation again that like with Rush ‘n’ Roll that I made something that […]

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A New Adventure

June 12, 2015

As you have probably already guessed, my next project is going to be an adventure game. Point & Click, inventory, dialogues, story, discoveries. That kind of thing. I dreamed of creating my own since I was beating the purple tentacle and LeChuck. After I finished my other game, Rush ‘n’ Roll, which I did to learn Unity3D […]

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The Beginning

June 8, 2015

This weekend I watched all, yes all 19, episodes of the Broken Age documentary. If you are even remotely into creating computer games, watch it. Now. Inspired by that and by many others doing development blogs I’ll start to write one of my own now. There’s an adventure up ahead, in the true meaning of the […]

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Interview Feature

April 9, 2015

During an interview for showcasing certain job types in my day-job company I was able to show off Rush ‘n’ Roll. Check it out 🙂 TwitterFacebookemail

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Kii Unity Game Contest – Walk-through Video

May 16, 2014

Game contests are always a great way to get something done. I call it the wonder of deadlines. I made 11th place and missed the top 10 unfortunately. So bad luck this time but I learned so much along the way. Below is the video showing all major capabilities. TwitterFacebookemail

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Getting The Most Out Of DropBox

June 25, 2012

Over the years I accumulated quite some private documents, files, important pictures and so on. I use to make backups every now and then but one can never really feel safe. Burning things on a DVD: beware of the limited lifespan! I had several DVDs not being readable anymore already. External HD: great for many […]

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Thoughts On Creating Good Tutorial Videos

July 9, 2011

There’s a new book from Robert Fischer accompanied again, of course, by the Fibotrader charting software. It’s backing up the book’s content with tons of charts and signal reports. In time with the launch of the book we also published a revamped version 3.5.8 (we grabbed the chance and jumped to this version intentionally, anyone […]

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Making of Teaminator: Adding transparent bullet holes onto an actor

May 3, 2011

One Saturday my girlfriend and I thought what to do and came up with the idea to make a short experimental movie with the Canon 7D in preparation for a bigger one. Also, I always wanted to do some more technical tests with using the slow-motion mode as well as doing some more advanced video […]

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