Every hacking minigame needs to be you just type away randomly and increasingly frantically while cool dumb hacker shite happens onscreen. Wider range of keypresses = faster hack.
Fortnite’s long term unsustainable Dev cycle has basically fucked every developer of a new game-as-service that comes to market. Games labelled as “dead” if they don’t update with new content every week. It’s fairly tragic actually.
I made an ARKit face filter that will let me sing @skrillex dubstep drops. Here’s my attempt at the growl sounds from Promises - Skrillex & Nero Remix. Updoot if you’d use this 😂😂 #arkit #screenshotsaturday
Draw a sticky note on an iPad and then pull it out into the AR world. I added little spring force and try to make the transition feel like pulling a physical note out of a book. Tested on a 6-year-old boy, he can definitely get it. :D
Using Zed Mini @Stereolabs3D @LeapMotion
It’s kind of a ripoff that so many RPG adventures have you meet half-dragons or half-fey or whatever instead of meeting their parents, who are clearly fun weirdos.
so what we did was: we booted up the Quest, walked around the studio, went out the door, down the stairs and outside into the park, looped around some trees, then back up the stairs into the studio where we started, and my god the tracking did not slide. it felt like magic
“Smaller bomb colliders. Bombs also turn off when they are behind you.” Oh thank fuck, I’ve always felt that the original design was completely wrong on both counts. #BeatSaber
I’ve finally moved house and it’s funny how much more you can get into Beat Saber when you’re not afraid of bumping into furniture.
Observation (PC) —
Looks like an interesting science-fiction experience (though I’d love for the science part to be a lot more rigorous) but as a game it’s incredibly frustrating and unfun. Most of all, I just can’t take this game seriously having played Lone Echo.
I guess I’ll youtube the cutscenes someday.