This is what I am supposedly working on now. Last updated in March, 2018.
- I'm a developer at Infi, so that's were I spend most of my time actually making things.
- Almost six months ago I moved, and I am still unpacking. That's not as much an activity as the word implies, it's just… every now and then I unpack a few boxes and put their contents somewhere nicer.
- In my, what's it called? self-improvement-time at work (and my own free time) I am actually working on two (really small) games! Nothing to get that excited about for you I'm sure but it's been so long since I've done anything of the sort. I'm really glad I am doing it and I am even more or less on schedule! I'll put them on Itch.io when they're done so keep refreshing that page.
- We're also working on a nice coding dojo called .NET Core ❤ OSX/Linux. During this dojo we'll get you started on using .NET Core on Linux or macOS with a nice project (Windows users are welcome too, but will not be taken seriously). We'd love to see you there!
- Procedural Generation in Game Design. Each chapter is another case from practise by a different game designer, which makes it a really interesting read.
- Abaddon's Gate by James S.A. Corey (read by Jefferson Mays) and
- Sherlock Holmes: The Definitive Collection by Arthur C. Doyle (read by the excellent Stephen Fry.
- Also, at times, Red Wheelbarrow, the book tie-in to Mr. Robot by Courtney Looney and Sam Esmail. It's a truly excellent listen, but can also be rather depressing. The narration by Eve Lindley is excellent and witty. And really appropriate, seeing as it's read from Hot Carla's point of view (this makes sense if you read the book).
- Lone Echo, which is so far (which is not really far) the best game I played in VR. Highly engaging, great use of VR and it allows you to set your own pace most of the time.
- Dirk Genly's Holistic Detectvie Agency which is clever and funny and really like nothing else,
- Limitless for those days when I don't want to tax my brain too much,
- Archer those days when I don't want to tax my brain too much and I don't have an hour to kill and
- Collateral which I actually just finished but really want to recommend. It's a great run and only about 4 hours total. The best thing about it is also a spoiler so I'm going to leave you hanging here.
This page was inspired by nownownow.com, and other people who have one (or really the reverse, because that's how I found out).
Curious about what I did before now? Check this file's history on GitHub!