Developing an Indie Graphics Engine

Posted by chromacoders on Monday Nov 30, 2009 Under Game Development

Kevin, from Bootstrap Studios, talks about the graphics engine

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Developing the Hang Time iPhone Game…

Posted by chromacoders on Sunday Nov 29, 2009 Under Uncategorized

Tarun and Mickey with Marigo Holdings discuss their Hang Time iPhone game

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Gagan, from Global Step, talks about their game testing capabilities

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Free Flash Tetris Game Code…

Posted by chromacoders on Monday Nov 23, 2009 Under Flash Game Development, Online Game Development

Hey folks,

Here’s another flash mini-game that is open sourced :) It is based on the tetris game mechanic.

Feel free to use/modify it for your games :)

Flash Tetris Game Code

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Developing EVE Online + Win Some Free EVE Game Goodies

Posted by chromacoders on Saturday Nov 21, 2009 Under Online Game Development

Torfi of EVE Online talks about their space fighting game

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Developing an Indie MMO

Posted by chromacoders on Wednesday Nov 18, 2009 Under Game Development

Ted of Digital Flux Entertainment discusses his work on Epic Frontiers

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Developing a text-based RPG on Facebook

Posted by chromacoders on Sunday Nov 15, 2009 Under Game Development, Social Games

Justin, from Game Layers, talks about their new Facebook Game Dictator Wars

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http://www.chromacoders.org/agdc-dictator-wars-interview-podcast-final.mp3

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Whatever Quest, Chroma Coders Current Project…

Posted by chromacoders on Saturday Nov 14, 2009 Under Game Design, Social Games

Hey folks,

Every semester we work on a new experimental game project.

In this case, the game is called “Whatever Quest”…this will be an public-service project…with the goal of making a free game that everyone in the world can use.

Wikipedia is a great way to find information on any topic in the world. But…what happens when you want to find/access any experience in the world. Wikis/web pages aren’t perfect for that…but games are perfect for that…the goal of “Whatever Quest” is to “game-ify” all of the experiences in the world.

For example, if someone wants to go through the experience of training for a marathon, they would be able to go on here and find quests that they can join to help them train for a marathon.

This project is much more experimental and novel than the original space-shooter project…so let’s see how this works out.

You can check out the game here…
http://apps.facebook.com/whateverquest/

Post feedback below :)

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A Game Review Site For Indie Games

Posted by chromacoders on Thursday Nov 12, 2009 Under Business Development

Joe from Cyber Monkey Death Squad talks about game reviews

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http://www.chromacoders.org/agdc-cyber-monkey-death-squad-podcast.mp3

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Developing The Game Bumble Tales

Posted by chromacoders on Monday Nov 9, 2009 Under Casual Games, Game Development

Billy, from Perfect Dork Studios, talks about the development of Bumble Tales

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http://www.chromacoders.org/agdc-bumble-tales-interview.mp3

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