We’re at the end of the very first week of our new Android Godd Engine and in our third decade in the GODD Engine. The Android engine, which I have dubbed “AndyGoDD” has accepted BardoTown without groaning too much, so I’m ready to prepare a map for release, and the very first map we’re trying to bring out into the Android app store is BardoTown, my largest and most complex map. Why the toughest, most demanding and most likely map to go wrong, for our very first Android effort? Think about it.
We need to know what parts break down first, if any, and I have to know for sure that most of the folks who download it will be able to use it on their Android smartphone. Continue reading →
This animal shelter video game is … well, to be generous, good in conception and crapola in execution. I can do much, much better to create a game that encourages people to adopt unwanted and abandoned pets, and to treat animals — including bipeds — a lot better. I’d need development money, about $300,000, for animators and programmers to make it happen, but it’s well within reach, and could, if it’s made right, be a blockbuster runaway viral video game! Any takers?