Friday, November 3, 2017

Inktober is done ! Here's all 31 drawings!
I started with fanarts and finished with a serie of "Halloween tiny assistants" with my usual dinosaurs, Petit Grou the raptor, Kirou the young T-rex, and Douw the diplodocus!
I haven't been drawing on paper for a long while (but for roughs) so it was challenging at first, then it started to be really fun :)

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Inktober and an Halloween game...

Inktober started and a friend of mine asked me to do it with her!
I'm tired as hell but I won't give up è____é

Also... Another game jam, Halloween theme, and even though I said I wanted to focus mostly on programming, I already made some cute assets... And there's only 7 days left...

Saturday, October 14, 2017

Snake Pass 2D

For the last game jam, I made a "demake 2D" game! It was inspired by Snake Pass on Switch because Noodle is soooooo cute <3

It's available on \c°°/

No dinosaurs this time, but a snake! There's still some issues that I couldn't fix before the deadline but I hope I will be able to repair everything soon.

For the next game jam, I'm resolved to focus more on programming è____é

Thursday, August 24, 2017

Petit Grou Wild Hunt

Last Sunday, I published the first prototype of Petit Grou Wild Hunt on!

You can download it on PC and play it here:
Petit Grou Wild Hunt

Friday, August 4, 2017

Game Jams and Petit Grou Wild Hunt \c^^/

Hello there! c^^
Two months ago I was working on a puzzle game for 7th game jam and here's the result!
It's available on \c°°/

Then I participated in another game jam. During 2 days with 3 other people, we gave our best to break down stereotypes:

And it's also on  c^^

In the meanwhile another jam  has started, and this time the theme is "platformer".
So I started to work on Petit Grou's adventures!

There's a lot of work for me to do, but I hope to have a nice prototype before the deadline!

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Recursivity! @__@

A new game jam has started!
One month to make a puzzle game \c^^/
I choose to work on a very simple concept, a match-2 game where you click on the same tiles to make them disappear :)
Displaying the grid was pretty easy, but then I had to check the matching tiles!!!
And so I discovered recursivity, or oh well recursivity didn't leave me any other choice! Surprisingly, that wasn't that much difficult and using tables to stock tiles gave me a harder time!

The game is almost ready now, I learned a LOT with this new exercise c^^
What will I make next time???