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  • UE4 March Jam – Post Mortem

    A bit more than a week ago I participated in the Unreal Engine 4 monthly game jam (March 2016). I decided to go solo to better manage my time and get some game design practice as well as some more experience with the engine. As with most game jams, all participants started out with a […]

    2016-03-22 12:41
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    GameDev Xmas Challenge – Summary

    Finally done with the holiday fatigue (sort of) and ready to do the summary post of my December #OneHourGameDev project! (TL; DR: Made a digital version of ultimate tic tac toe in 24 hours. A few cool features but not publically available due to problems. It was fun. Timelapse at the bottom.) So what was […]

    2016-01-04 20:42
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    GameDev Xmas Challenge – Day 1: Setup and prototyping!

    Challenge? A friend of mine made me aware of a post on the Unreal Engine 4 Developer Community Facebook group about a personal challenge blogged on nerd-time.com which I saw a great opportunity and motivation to get some side-projects done! Basically the challenge is this: Develop a game for 1 hour a day until the 24th. […]

    2015-12-02 12:53
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    Speedrunning design: non-critical bugs are features!

    These days game developers spend quite the amount of time polish their products to perfection. Readily available engines, for example  Unity3D or Unreal Engine, leaves implementation of gameplay critical features such as collision to a dedicated team of experts, leaving us developers with a near perfect platform to build a game on. With minor tweaking glitches […]

    2014-08-22 18:29 (mode_edit 2015-05-31 15:05)
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    • Uppsala University
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