The tiniest flap of a butterfly’s wing can cause a hurricane elsewhere. This is one of the more effective visualizations of what is more commonly known in popular culture as the Butterfly Effect. In formal theory it describes the sensitivity of dynamic systems to initial conditions. The smallest of changes may not be visibly different […]Read more "Chaotic AI in Games"
2651 characters, 476 words. Waves. That was a very broad theme. You can take it into a lot of directions. From physical, visual, to scientific. In quantum physics all particles are just wave functions waiting to collapse. Anyway, fortunately the game devs that came before us decided to call periodic enemy spawns as “waves”. It […]Read more "Global Game Jam 10 Book Story Submission"
You can build for all the popular platforms, isn’t that just AMAZING? That same technology that enables you to reach all your target platforms will be the same ones that will come back and bite you. The truth is that it’s all hacky, magic, black boxes. I am pretty sure no single person knows how they […]Read more "More Platforms, More Problems."