Tuesday, 20 September 2022

Snow Problem - small update released on Itch

A new build has been uploaded to fix a small issue with the menu screen and add a congratulatory screen when you complete all 100 levels. The demo has also been updated to fix an issue which was preventing the configuration tool from launching correctly.




Only 17 days till the game is released on Steam if you were waiting to get it there! Have you wishlisted Snow Problem on Steam yet?



Friday, 2 September 2022

The Potion Master



I co-developed a MAGS entry - for those of you  who like a bit of pointing and clicking in a fantasy setting! This is something we're definitely considering expanding out into a bigger game.






Tuesday, 16 August 2022

Snow Problem now available to pre-order!

My retro puzzle game Snow Problem is now available to pre-order at Itch. If you buy the Itch version you will be able to claim a Steam key when it is later released there.

Friday, 24 June 2022

Wednesday, 11 May 2022

Snow Problem

In case you were wondering what I'm currently working on, it's a minimalist puzzle game based around falling snow. As the snow falls you have to guide it into where you can collect it, naturally with obstacles each level to navigate. The snow can also change colour and you may need to collect an amount of different coloured snows to complete the level/

The basics of the game and a level editor (which isn't the most user-friendly I guess, it's fine for me but not 100% sure I will release it to the general public) so will hopefully soon release a free 10 level demo, with the full game being 100 levels at a low price.

The screenshots below are from an alpha build that's pretty close to the final game engine, but ignore level numbers etc, they are almost definitely going to change (obviously I want to easier levels first and slowly add in the colour element).

More news soon...








Monday, 2 May 2022

New Steam review - and a request!

 Very, very happy with what the latest person to review the game on Steam had to say 😊




Obviously delighted with that review both in terms of them enjoying the game and my voice performance as Captain Disaster himself.


A request though - if you've bought the game on Steam, played it and enjoyed it, but haven't reviewed it yet... I would be extremely grateful if you could do so. Since one of the other games I designed, The Corruption Within, has passed 50 reviews with the vast majority being positive, the overall rating has progressed from "Positive" to "Very Positive". I would be thrilled if the same ever happened to Captain Disaster in: Death Has A Million Stomping Boots (if my heart could cope with the shock factor of course). If anyone reads this and is kind enough to post a review, please accept my thanks.


Now that Google's charging me a monthly fee for the very limited amount of stuff I use in GSuite (I'm sure there's loads of great things you can do with it, but I don't really need any of it!) I'd better start using this blog to try and create some more sales!