All of my QBasic games have been lost, but here's a fun QBasic game I played as a kid that looks better than most of my QBasic games!
Today, I've graduated college, gotten a masters in computer science, have a wife and two cats, and work full time as a C++ programmer. However, I have never forgotten my desire to make games, and always have a project or two that I work on in my spare time. Recently, I've started an indie game studio with my wife and some friends called Fancy Fish Games, which I hope to one day make my full time job. I started this blog to document and share stories about my adventures as an indie game developer, as well as network and get in touch with other game developers.
A video from a 3D rendering research project I did during my masters in computer science. Looks slightly nicer than above QBasic game.
btw: where can we find youre flashgames? would be nice if you write some small post bout itReplyDelete
I'll definitely post more about those later, but the links (if applicable) can be found in my games page: http://davidmaletz.blogspot.com/p/games.html . Some of the flash games are still exclusive to a sponsor, or not complete, so I can't post a link to them yet, but I'll add a post when I can post the link!ReplyDelete