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I'm working on my first game called Readapt, it's a local multiplayer dual joystick shooter with randomised elements including weapons, abilities and environmental objects. It's scripted in C# and runs on the Unity engine.

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I've been experimenting with different patterns to aid colour blind recognition. #screenshotsaturday #madewithunityT.co

Feb 25 2017

Why I wanted to make Readapt – Part 1 Thephampire.com T.co

Feb 25 2017

RT @MrBenB: BOOM #NintendoSwitch powered by NVIDIA Blogs.nvidia.com T.co

Oct 20 2016

Snark aside, the Nintendo Switch trailer was pretty well made and it's out surprisingly soon.

Oct 20 2016

Good to see Nintendo picked a sensible product names this time round - oh wait a second, the controllers are called Joy-Cons.

Oct 20 2016

This is not meant to happen. #screenshotsaturday #gamedev #indiedev T.co

Aug 13 2016

A MGS3 pachinko trailer? I'm sure everyone is loving it Konami.

Jun 2 2016

Added a new effect for the dash and sprint abilities. #screenshotsaturday #gamedev #indiedev #madewithunity T.co

May 21 2016

My last regular appearance on the podcast, I might drop by for a guest appearance in the future! T.co

May 1 2016

I think something is wrong. #gamedev #screenshotsaturday #indiedev T.co

Apr 30 2016