Saturday, May 23, 2015

And now for something completely different

I guess it's time to wake up and realize that I'm not really very good at designing puzzle games, if we should believe the sales number on my last two games. Any sane man in my situation would probably call it a night, turn around and run away from the game industry as fast as he could, but I won't give up. Not yet. I believe I still have a few good years and maybe even a few games left in me. And so without any more awkward small talk, I give you an early glimpse of what I'm currently working on. If you have read this blog before you will probably recognize it, as I started work on this about a year ago or so, but I think that now is the time to actually complete it. Keep in mind, basically all art might change, but I think it shows quite well what direction I'm heading in. 

Not to brag, but I think this could be the one. 

Friday, May 1, 2015

Third time's the charm

Or is it "three's a crowd"? It doesn't really matter. My third game, entitled What The Hole, is now available anyway, released into the wild unknown that is Google Play, ready to be ignored by people far and near. It's short and sweet, but also simple, annoying and at times even frustrating, just like most of the women I find myself surrounded by. Currently only for Android, you can pick it up on Google Play if you feel a tingling sensation in your loins. There is also a demo available that should satisfy most of your needs if you are one of those people.

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Expanding my territory

Nobody probably gives a shit, but I'm now also on Facebook if you want to stalk me there too for some strange reason. I'm planning on sharing different stuff on all these so called social media platforms, so for a complete experience on all things graphichorse, you should hit me up all over. Thank you for your short attention span.

Monday, March 30, 2015


Considering bringing this bad boy back to life on mobile. Just sayin'

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

The old switcheroo

This one goes out to all of you people out there who have always found yourself feeling different. Unpopular, if you will. Basically a loser, is what I'm trying to say. Know that you are not alone. I am too, and I wouldn't have it any other way. Leave pretty girls and socializing up to the popular kids, we are the world, we are the children. We are the ones who make a brighter day, so let's start giving. There's a choice we're making. We're saving our own lives. Wait a second. This got weird fast. Not sure exactly where I was going with this to be completely honest with you. Probably some kind of dark abyss of emotions and feelings, as I'm sitting here longing for love and bondage. I mean, bonding. I need help. Professional help. I would even pay, that is if my previous games had made me rich. And as I'm sitting here in the dull light of my living room writing a blog entry instead of sipping on a tall drink on an beach somewhere, I'm pretty sure that didn't happen. Look, I'm not even mad. I get it, I'm not as talented as certain other developers out there. Kids these days don't have time to play around with some weird-ass looking game designed by someone who probably belong in a mental institution and not doodling in front of a computer just for the fun of it. Still though, 1 download? I mean, come on. That's just hysterical.

As per usual, I sidetracked a bit from what I intended to relay. What I was trying to say was that I'm planning on switching to the dark side. Linux, baby. Can you dig it? I'm about to embark on an adventure that could very well change everything. Ok, I'll admit I've played around with it before on occasions, but now I consider a permanent switch. Is it because I'm a cheapskate? Yes, yes it is. But seriously, I also believe it's a good choice. Will it affect my game development hobby? Lord only knows. It might. I hope not. I'm literally this close to completing my newest game now, and I really want to get it out there (not to mention finishing all the other crazy ideas I have). I believe I will find a way.

In conclusion, life is a river of shit, and you can either let yourself be carried away downstream or you can try to cling on to a branch or something and install Linux and wait and see what happens.