Monthly Archives: July 2014

Matt Chat 240: Chuckles Bueche Pt. II

Hi, guys! I’m back this week with Chuck “Chuckles” Bueche to talk about his best game, Autoduel. We also talk about his earlier projects, such as Jawbreaker II and Ultima ports. We wrap up with a discussion of Chuck’s Ferrari collection. Vroom!

Download the mp4 here.

Rogue Lifter Blog: Introducing the game

Crates and turrets!

Crates and turrets!

It’s been awhile since I’ve done any blogging, mostly because I’ve been doing lots of work with Unity, Blender, Photoshop, and, er, Mount & Blade. This time around, I decided to revisit one of my earlier projects, the game Thrust Lifter, but make some decisive changes. First, I wanted the levels to be procedurally generated, with random terrain. Second, I wanted to use Unity physics to implement the thrust component of the Thrust game–picking up and depositing crates in loading zones. On a more basic level, I wanted to explore Unity’s 2D engine and increase my knowledge of Blender and Photoshop for making models and graphics.

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Matt Chat 239: Chuckles Bueche Part I


Hi, guys! I’m back this week with Chuck “Chuckles” Bueche to talk about his best game, Autoduel. We also talk about his earlier projects, such as Jawbreaker II and Ultima ports. We wrap up with a discussion of Chuck’s Ferrari collection. Vroom!

Download the mp4 here.