Working on my new game where you look for cats hidden in strange places, here’s a first look. Steam page is up so click here to have a look.
My second game, Sandmade, is now available on Steam 😀 It’s a beautiful puzzle game that will test your brain power. Go check it out if you think you can visualize 3d shapes and figure out if they fit together. Or if you can’t but want to learn. That works too 😀
The last few days have been a crazy ride but we’re finally there 🙂 Now I’ll catch a breath and get ready for a round of post-launch support 😉
Sandmade is getting prettier each day.
I’ve spent the last few days fixing bugs, coming up with color schemes for the puzzles and getting footage for a new trailer.
Here’s a fun fact: variable names “selectedBaseIndex” and “selectedBlockIndex” are similar enough that when you swap them in code no one will notice for hours!
Itch.io has been swarmed with cats! Go find them all:
I changed the layout of the puzzles in Sandmade. You now have to match the blocks from the top row to the ones from the bottom one, and there can now be up to 5 pairs on screen at a time.
I like how it’s possible to train the brain to see these pairs quickly. It used to be much more difficult to me, but after so much time working on the game and playtesting, I’m seeing a lot of improvement in that area.