SPC Otis Hooks manages all communications. He’s also pretty good at sitting in space. Just like, hangin’ around. Not much else to do anyway.
Haha, oh man. Check out Otis Hooks. He’s really into, like, helping people chat over wireless systems. Follow your bliss, lil’ man~☆
Meet Moosetracks, Professional dogstronaut and hobbyist best-friend. Can’t really call it a space game without a space dog.
About a year ago my friends Aaron, Toni, and I made a game called Kaleidoscope for our Game Studio II class with professor Eric Zimmerman. Now we’re in the NYU Game Center Incubator developing the game for iOS under a new title: SUNBURN! The game’s a little gravity-puzzlin’ planet-hopper about friendship and death, originally inspired by the Ray Bradbury story also called Kaleidoscope.
This is one of the strongest games I’ve worked on and I’m really excited about it! Plus, look how cute Moosetracks is. Haha, that little dude. Follow the tumblr for more regular updates, I’ll try and keep reblogs to art I created and key updates about availability.
Pop these in while u listen:
➊ Ⓨⓞⓢⓗⓘ Ⓣⓞⓤⓒⓗ & Ⓖⓞ (ⒹⓈ)
➋ Ⓑⓤⓢⓣⓔⓡ Ⓑⓡⓞⓢ (Ⓖⓐⓜⓔ Ⓑⓞⓨ)
➌ Ⓟⓤⓨⓞ Ⓟⓞⓟ Ⓕⓔⓥⓔⓡ (ⒹⓈ)
More from Attract Mode @ http://Attractmo.de
Have u heard this week’s Portable Weekend Mix? I made it with Adam Robezzoli. It’s so fun to listen to music, isn’t it? I like it! Especially when the music sounds fun to listen to!! haha, yeah. See you later okay??
Attract Mode is a real cool collective. I just wish the dudes did more internet stuff, because apparently they do some real rad stuff in real life out in California.
Hey! Adam and I make these! You should listen for sure ~ We love to make them and we make them for one and all ~
A gif from my new game, Soft Body. It’s being developed at the NYU Game Center Incubator this summer!
I’m in the NYU Game Center Incubator this summer working on a game which you’ll see more of in the coming weeks. In the meantime, here’s a beautiful gif from my buddy Zeke’s game. It’s easily one of my favorite things to come out of the game center.
Cook for a demon in Izakaya Ōmen by Diego Garcia at the Game Center Student Show! Izakaya Ōmen is an ambient, character-focused cooking game set in a mysterious spirit world. To return to the realm of the living, you must please your horrifying patrons by learning to prepare otherworldly delights using an array of unsettling ingredients.
New York University, Tisch School of the Arts proudly invites you to the first annual Game Center Student Show on Thursday May 22nd from 6 – 10PM. RSVP for the show here.
Via The NYU Game Center
I’ve started contributing to Attract Mode’s Portable Weekend Mix with Adam Robezzoli. We’re picking our favorite tracks from way up in the soundclouds and puttin’ em this little playlist down here on earth. This is the first one that I’ve been a part of and I’m super juuuuiced~✩
Glitch PokéZine features 68 illustrations by 68 artists, making it double the size of both Ghost & Ice PokéZine.
The printing of Glitch PokéZine will be very expensive. Although we don’t have the means to pay the artists, each of them will receive free copy of the zine. The remaining copies will be sold on BigCartel (just as the previous 2 were). It would be ideal to sell them for as low as possible.
This is why we’re reaching out to you guys to raise money for the printing. We will use ALL of the donated money to lower the price of Glitch PokéZine. We’d prefer to charge less than $20 per zine (for reference, Ice PokéZine was 36 pages & $12).
Donators of $3 or more will receive a free Japanese Pokémon card from 1996-2001. Provide us with your info / address and one will be mailed to you.
We would like to be as upfront and transparent about this process as possible, so please let us know if you have any questions. Any and all donations are appreciated. Love you guys!
-Jordan & Iasmin
Hey! Glitch PokéZine needs your help to make it happen at a good price! Donate and get a free pokémon card and then you can have art by a bunch of amazing artists and myself at a great price!
IZAKAYA ŌMEN TITLE (ROUGH) - APRIL 2014
rough pass at the title screen for my thesis. Needs a lot of work, but coming along well.