Tag Archives: open source
FLAC audio format sucks. That’s what some comments on my Freesound.org sounds tell me. I’m a fan though. It is too bad that software developers and hardware manufacturers still exclude FLAC support, which has advantages over WAV and MP3. … Continue reading
video: AotCfoS! gameplay At Berlin Mini Jam July 21th July 2012 (I’m one of the co-organizers, I still have to write that blog post) I helped Christiaan and Aurindam to create Attack of the Cows from outer Space! by “remixing” … Continue reading
Zeus Arena is an implementation of OpenArena on Android. The binary is being distributed for EUR0.79 on Google Play and the source is available for free. However, the source is “not compatible” with my device, while the binary is. For … Continue reading
My overly sensitive spam sensors caused an open source project’s crowd funding page to disappear for about 20 hours because when I asked the funding service provider to double-check, they noticed that the funding page violated their terms that prohibited … Continue reading
I started attending interaction design and marketing classes in course of Interaction/Game Design at HTW Berlin. I was given the option to join a game development team. All internal teams use UDK, CryEngine or Unity, so I decided to join … Continue reading
I got inspired by DusteD.