There were (obviously) some roadblocks with the porting of Signal to Noise involving some engine issues that have now been fixed in Unity. The animator, Daniel, is now checking and fixing animations that may have broken in the conversion to the updated version of Unity. Once that is completed, I’ll be able to continue with where I was in the porting for macOS and other systems.
Pixelfest is this coming weekend in Virginia. We’ll be driving up there in the morning and are showing Signal to Noise. We were hoping to have another something to show, but being spread thin on contract work has prevented that from happening fast enough. You’ll see our latest work soon enough, though!
Also looking forward to ECGC later this month. Solanimus will of course be showing there. One thing in the works is something we’ve never done with Signal to Noise before in public, but once that gets confirmed to be happening I’ll post about it on here. I’ll be speaking this year at the conference in a talk called Creating Something From Nothing. It’s mostly about the nature of starting a game company with no experience or money as well as game design itself. If any of that interests you, be sure to come at 10:15 on the 20th (time may get changed so make sure to check the schedule)! Nathan, former intern at Solanimus, is doing a talk as well, so be sure to check his out too.
Construct 3 is in beta at the moment, and is looking pretty cool. I’ve recommended Construct 2 to many people before starting out in game development, and Construct 3 looks to be a worthy successor!
I suppose I could talk about some contract work we’ve been doing lately. I’ll think about it.