Kickstarter: OUYA

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I’m away on holiday at the moment so I haven’t had any time to work on Dragons at Dawn, so I thought I would take this time to talk to you about the OUYA. The OUYA is a new kind of video game console that will apparently revolutionise the television! The main idea behind the OUYA is… Read more »

How To Make Your Own Video Game

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Since I’ve started making small games I’ve found myself being asked by a few people, “How do I make my own game?”. The hardest part about making your own game, at least I find, is coming up with an idea that will keep your interest. After making the browser version of Dragons at Dawn I… Read more »

iGoogle Discontinued – I might recreate it!

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A while ago Google announced that iGoogle will be discontinued, unlike previous Google products that have been discontinued (anyone remember Wave?) I actually use this product. iGoogle simply allows you to collate all your RSS feeds into one simple webpage, most use it as a homepage so that when they loaded their browser for the… Read more »

Kickstarter: Hexy the Hexapod

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A while ago I got into the whole Kickstarter crowd funding thing, the first project I backed was Wasteland 2, a sequel to the original Wasteland game which is the father of all Post-Apocalyptic RPG’s (such as Fallout).  Soon after backing that project I found Hexy. Hexy is a six legged robot that brings learning hardware… Read more »