Well shit, lol. Its been so quiet around here and unfortunately I guess that happens when you’re a smaller group making games as a hobby versus doing it to pay bills. So, I just wanted to let you folks know that we are most definitely still around, and that things are going to be pretty quiet until we have something substantial to update you all on. Until that time, stay frosty.



Ahhhhh! what the hell am I doing? LOL – The daily turmoils of an indie dev…

So. I was working on the protagonists animations, and have a really nice fluid attack animation drafted, but of course its almost TOO detailed, and wont work for what is meant to be a fast paced platformer. This got me to thinking about this and that, and I came to the conclusion that maybe an adventure platform game might not be the right ‘medium’ to tell this story.  This got me thinking of converting it to an RPG style of game but for that, I’m going to need a lot more planning and setup.

Anyways, Geoknight is pseudo-on hold while I figure some stuff out. Game development has always been a hobby of mine that I really enjoy, and I want to work on something I can be proud of, so I don’t want to rush things. Apparently a 56 page game design doc wasn’t enough planning… or maybe it was TOO much planning which is why with all these details I think it might be better suited for an RPG. Who knows.


So, things are still ‘progressing’ with GeoKnight – but I’ve hit a bit of a dilemma, in where my current plan for the game was straying too far from what my original goal for the game was. A simple, fast platformer that people could just get into. So – I’m going back and simplifying some things and changing some core gameplay mechanics along with simplifying the story.

What that really means is: I’m re-doing the game. However, I already have most of the characters, enemies and the game world already planned out so it’s really not as bad as it sounds. I’m adding some of the rough designs for the some of the characters to the media tab if you feel like checking that out.

MKS is making some forward progress as well, with some tweaks to the engine, so hopefully we can get some screenshots for that added as well!



So yeah, apparently I operate on the ‘Blizzard Mentality’ of ‘It’ll be done when its done.’ That and well, Diablo 3 and GTA:Online happened sooo… yeah there is that too. My last entry was a bit cryptic being just the word “Soon”, so I figured it was time to finally actually announce some stuff!

So, over the last few months I’ve been working on the design doc for a game I’m working on called GeoKnight! It’s a ‘MetroidVania’ in a sense of being a pixel art platformer with power-up collecting, but will actually play closer to Megaman X4 (playing as Zero) with some RPG-like elements as far as character customization. Combat will (hopefully) be faster paced and fluid with much more interesting enemy AI than what I had in Core of Innocence.

I’ll be honest, at this stage there hasn’t even been a single pixel laid onto the canvas related to the game, because I wanted to make sure I had this one planned out and polished into something that I would want to play, and to keep the game within a reasonable scope for our small team. That being said, the design doc is a good 70 some pages right now. Ha! Nathan and I have been hashing out story details and think we have something solid and interesting for the players, that isn’t super hard  to follow or get into. Hopefully over the next few weeks I’ll be able to get some concept art posted to let you guys know what to expect!


News of the new game aside, Sam has been working hard on getting the engine for MKS fleshed out, and has been adding in some cool mechanics for gameplay! I’ll see if maybe I can’t coax a few screenshots out of him as well.

Until then – stay tuned folks!



Well shit.

First I’d like to completely apologize for the lack of any updates since July. I don’t know how many people follow the site for updates, but that’s completely uncool of me to leave it un-updated for so long and for that I am truly sorry.

I’ll be honest after finishing CoI I ran into a bit of a depression, because that project had been such a big part of me over the past 10+ years and I wasn’t ready to let it go yet (thus my fancy, yet now dead CoI2 engine…). I was happy that CoI was received quite positively overall, and as that feeling waned as the ‘hype’ died down I just got more and more upset at myself thinking how if I changed some things it might have been received better by more people, though it wouldn’t have been the game I started out making. I guess I don’t feel as badly about it any more as Sam pointed out to me that one of the devs for Super Meat Boy experienced a similar thing, as seen in ‘Indie Game: The Movie’. So anyways, with all that being said… We are indeed still actively working on stuff at the moment!

Sam and Nathan are still working on ‘Project MKS’ and I’ve been sketching out some details for another platformer. It wont be nearly as indepth as CoI was but still big enough to keep me busy. I’m not going to release any details or anything on it yet until I feel I have a good substantial amount to show, at which point I’ll be more open with development as I go.

So, in the meanwhile, I wish all of you a good Thanksgiving and Christmas and I’ll update again when I have something to share! 😀