You can just sticke an extra “e” at the ende of any worde, and it instantly becomes olde englishe! With that pro-tip in your tip satchel, we can jump into what got did this week on Super Slam Dunk Touchdown’s […]
Category: SUPER SLAM DUNK TOUCHDOWN!
Check out the new video blog for progress on the new minigame/tutorial combo.
BUGS As I mentioned before, MAGWest was a great opportunity to get feedback for the first time on the Xbox One port of Super Slam Dunk Touchdown’s new Season Mode. I learned a lot, and also found some bugs. Let’s […]
Another Fine MAGWest! It was a fun and busy weekend showing off Super Slam Dunk Touchdown’s still-in-development Season Mode at MAGWest! This was the first time the public has seen a peek at Season Mode and what is in store […]
Excited to bring SSDT to MAGWest this weekend for the first ever public demonstration of Season Mode, coming soon to Windows PC and Xbox One . Hope to see you there! Tickets and info at magwest.org
As I prepare for demonstrations that have not been scheduled, there have been a lot of outstanding bugs and things to improve. So here’s this week’s efforts: File system queue..ue? I’ve been plagued by issues related to the asynchronous nature […]
No notivation like motivation, and mo’ motivation is better still. While SSDT has not been selected for Pre-PAX this year, I am keeping the momentum I had from prepping the demo, and prepping the demo anyway! It’s important to get […]
I don’t yet know if I’ve been selected for Microsoft’s Pre-PAX event this year yet, but I am working on a demo-able build just in case. I wrote up a big list of things I wanted fixed for a demo, […]
One thing I’ve learned through development on this project is that when something goes weird, it is Always My Fault. While the libraries or even Unity itself occasionally have/has, some quirk or known issue, or even an honest bug, more […]
When coding a project, you can over-optimize too early, and do yourself no favors. There’s no sense in optimizing something that isn’t hogging the game down too much. Good coding habits can prevent a lot of issues. Well, it certainly […]