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|Episode 1 - Game Overview||In the first episode of my Dev Diary for Project Rome; I explain what I'm doing, give an overview of the game idea, identify why I am tackling the dark art of game development now and update readers on my early progress.||30/04/2017|
|The way forward: A pathfinding conundrum||Development of Project Rome has been steaming ahead at an almost unmanageable rate. However, recently I hit a snag. In this second episode of the great game dev diary I explain, as best I can without being boring (I probably failed), the problem and how I solved it. If you're an amateur game maker yourself, you might want to read this one - it could get you out of a pickle.||02/07/2017|
|Deep thoughts||Dive into the mysterious (and rocky) world of game development once more and uncover the latest progress on Project Rome. In this short episode, a diabolical problem rears from the depths, only to be thwarted by tyrannical solution.||24/09/2017|
A few months ago, I embarked on a journey; one, not through a post-apocalyptic world ruled by the living dead, but one equally stacked with vulnerability, the potential reward as great as the chance of success was small - a voyage into a realm that I had glimpsed only fleetingly before, a quest to create a game. The match was struck, a manifest was created and, with naught but simple idea, the ship of creation set to sea, cast adrift into a dark and terrible ocean, the goal continually shifting and wavering out of view, yet my determination - the will to reach my objective - propelling the ship through the churning waters, forever forward, no mercy, no retreat. This is the story of that fateful embarkation - a triumphant march towards glory or ignominious fall into the stinking pit of ill repute. This is my story.