Chad posted a nice article on Dreamsocket.com outlining some problems he was trying to solve with doing collision detection and his solution. It is an interesting read and gives you some technical insight into some of our development process with Project Poor Bear. Check it out when you get a chance.
We modified the as2api doc tool for ActionScript 2 to include hiding/showing private members, events, and @private tags. The source and information is posted over at Dreamsocket. If it is useful to you, go read about the changes and grab it!
We posted progress on ole Poor Bear over at Dreamsocket. However, we don’t want this to be a one way communication outlet on what we are doing. We want you involved. Go check out the post and share your ideas on elements of the game. Help us make Poor happy!
We made a new post over at Dreamsocket which contains new designs, animations, and creative write up on our IPhone game (Project Poor Bear) that is currently in progress. Trevor has some great insights into his thoughts for the game. Go check it out!
I was asked, agreed, and received confirmation that I will be speaking at the NAB conference in Vegas this month. The presentation/panel is titled “Game & TV Collaborations” and is focused on solutions that integrate games with video based entertainment. I will be showing off the Playstation Megasode that we built a few years back and participating in the subject discussion.
The presentation is slated for Thursday April 23 at 10:15.
You can find all the details here.
It should be quite interesting presenting at NAB, since the crowd is so different than a lot of the places I speak. It also marks my first attendance to the event, so I’d love to hear feedback from others that have attended in years past.