Starting this month, we’re launching a new series! Each month, Rachel will be creating an open source game (with creative commons art), taking input and suggestions from the community. There will be streams and edited videos about the process of making these games, and the source code will be publicly viewable up on GitLab! For[…]
This year for our internships Rachel is training a group to make Visual Novels with the RenPy engine! It has been a lot of fun, and each person is working on their own unique games. Through the process, they’ve been learning about Python and RenPy, as well as how game art works, drawing their own[…]
Gift Grab: Christmas Quandary is now available FREE on Android and for $1 during the holiday season on PC! Download for Android devices at: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.moosader.giftgrab Buy for PC/Mac at: https://moosader.itch.io/gift-grab-christmas-quandary
During the month of August, Rachel built and presented a lesson on introductory game development using MIT’s Scratch to groups of girls in Kansas City and Wichita. Rachel taught the girls to make Pickin’ Sticks, and the girls expanded on those games and made it their own! A lot of the girls were excited to[…]
We’ve got an alpha build up and running for Fin ‘N’ Kit! Now we need some testers and feedback! What is it? Fin ‘N’ Kit is an arcadey “runner”-style game that includes Fin and Kit, whom you control independently of each other. They need to collect trinkets and avoid obstacles to get through the levels.[…]
Working on game programming over the weekend, and set up a bank account during the week.
A new vlog about creating a startup game development company in Kansas City, KS.
July 31, 2015 Moosader has officially been registered as an LLC in the state of Kansas!
I’ve been working on Kuko, a C++/SDL framework for my games, on and off since May. I’ve been working on porting some of my Gideros/Lua projects to use this instead, so I can build the games for Android via the NDK, as well as release the games for Windows, Linux, and Mac. Fin ‘n’ Kit[…]
Here’s an idea for a new mini-series — Make Pickin’ Sticks with ALL OF THE TOOLS. There are various resource pages that introduce you to different tools – some where you code, some where it’s click-and-drag, whatever. But, how do you know whether you want to actually use the tool or not? Is it a[…]