How to build a video game: interview with the creative chatters in the time

Last updated on June 28, 2013

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I grew up in such games as Crash Bandicoot, Spyro the Dragon, Psychonauts, Jak and Daxter, and Sly Cooper; these games are among my favorite times …

Maybe it’s because I love the Parkour. Maybe it’s because we had “Who can jump from the highest level” on a third grade, and I have brain damage. Who knows?So when my friend Quinton showed me a Kickstarter page for a new 3D platformer called.

See the video to understand why I’m so excited about this game:

The 3D platform-forming genre has everything, but has died in the last few years, so the kind of game like this dream developed, the dream come true …

The game itself is not the only cool thing in this project; I was also glad to hear about it.

When I found out, I had an idea to interview Gas for breakfast,

  • As students who want to make video games, they can.
  • So, if you’re a student studying how to make your own games-or just a fan of old-school 3D-platformers-you should enjoy this interview!

    You’ll meet the characters like Tim, the CEO of the time you need your help. You’ll run away, too.

    You will start on a journey during your journey, but what will come as a surprise!As already stated, we are inspired by Mario, Zelda, Donka Kong and Banjo. We look at what every great big and mikes it in a bowl to form a Hat at Time …

    We also looked at more modern inspirations, such as “Alice”: Madness Returns, Mario Sunshine and Psychonauts. Especially we look at their combat system and how they developed the classic platoforming genre ..

    This is a very relaxed attitude, and it helped make the game what it is. Instead of saying what to do, we treat each other as equals, which preserves the morale of the …

    Games development is a long process-and expensive, too!

    Then we enter things like in.

    To some extent, making a game, it’s like being a crazy scientist, because we always make things out of nothing. It’s very nice …

    I haven’t met anyone in the industry who only went to school. I think that all developers have a certain level of self-learning at

    In the end, they’re just tools, no matter what you learn, but how you use them. Programming languages generally have similar trends, so most people can quickly choose to program.

    As for the students, I suggest they jump in.

    When I started, I moved with the Half Life 1 engine and then moved on to the original system. I now use

    I also cannot stress the importance.

    You just need to find what’s best for you, really, get into communities like this.

    And no, but the difference is so small …

    As a rule, all games are done the same; however, different studios have their own receptions. It’s almost like a family skill that passes through every generation. Suffice it to say that the industry as a whole is still trying to find out what it is, and we always invent new methods and tools to make the games better …

    Back to the question: In fact, this is a matter of how large and experienced team is. Big boys, AAA, are at the top of the game, and they have the best talent that this industry can offer, so if you want to work in this field, you need to look at the work they produce and imitate it ..

    If you can’t match their quality, you need to practice more. As for independent games, it is more relaxed because the teams are smaller, and the payback may be less …

    Suffice it to say, just make game prototypes or art or levels and just.

    It’s no secret that the top guys in the industry are hard to talk, even though many of them hang out.

    But luckily some of them are very friendly people, like Gabe Newell to Valve or as you said,

    However, our relations are very strict, but as gamer he shows interest in the game and admiraves our goals, so we are very pleased …

    No promises-we don’t want to let people down, but as long as we aim for early 2014, it may be longer. Development is unsustainable, and it is never clear when the game will be fully completed ..

    There is no need to say that I am incredibly happy for the beginning of 2014 to roll …

    If you want to support the Hat in time, while the team finishes developing, vote for the game.

    The development of games is an interesting topic for me, so I would definitely like to make more similar materials in the future. Any other things you’d like to know about? Let me know in the comments!.

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