• Making games is [not] hard. Looking back at small mobile project on Unity3D

      When you have an idea of a new game mechanic, or even flash of interesting concept — soon you'll be obsessed about it with an immense urge to start doing something already. Sometimes you write such ideas down somewhere and bring them a chance to ignite full development cycle later. But I've stumbled upon the opposite action. My current game became this giant monster eating finance and time, and grown much bigger than I ever thought. So, I've needed to put it back for a while. But I could not sit without game development, and in my free time I've started to work on my new project! Plus that one was quite different from the previous ones, because I've decided to target mobile. If you are interested in how this project was done, from a small idea to the final release, then let's dive into it!


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    • Flash-animation in Unity3D from scratch. Part one, lyrical

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      In this article series, I will talk about how and why we decided to create our own solution for import of Flash animation to Unity, and about optimization techniques and internal workings of the plug-in. I also have lots of other fascinating stuff to tell about: internals of the SWF format, special features of the Unity editor extension and general matters of animation. You'll find all that inside!



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    • My and my girlfriend’s first video game. Development with Unity. Part 1

        If not to take into account releases for Android and a dozen of abandoned projects just before they were ready, then yes, it is our first game appropriate for more than one platform. How did it all start? Very simply. We worked on another project, let’s call it “project A”, and we’d been working on it for a long time when we decided to make a game during a couple of months and use it to train our marketing skills, and then immediately release our “project A” when we would be more experienced in the promotion of games. But the plan failed and “project A” was kept untouched for the whole year. But this story isn’t about “project A”, it’s about a logical game called «Cubicity: Slide puzzle».


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