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Tom Breuer
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Tom Breuer
updated the project
Mar 18, 2019
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Kira - NVIDIA Metropia 2042
Tom Breuer
published the project
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Kira - NVIDIA Metropia 2042
Tom Breuer
updated the article
Jul 30, 2018
Back to the Future IV - Time Anomalies
Back to the Future IV - Time Anomalies
Universal GameDev Challenge Journey
Roland Semrau
Software Developer, Game Developer, Writer
a year ago
Reply@Alan O'TooleGreat article and congrats! I'm excited to hear and see more from you guys.
@Alan O'Toole Thank you Alan :-) Update coming soon. We just need a little bit time off, after the most intensive three months of work we ever had. Btw great tutorial video, keep the good stuff coming.
Roland Semrau
Software Developer, Game Developer, Writer
a year ago
Reply@Chemi Martínez DomingoYes I am. I grew up with the idea of travelling in time back and forth as one of the most awesome things one could do and I am a big fan of BttF. I bought the trilogy in VHS when it came out, I bought it again in DVD and I bought it again in Blu-Ray. Looking forward to hear from you guys. By the way, I'm a Unity developer (just learning) so if I may help...
@Chemi Martínez Domingo A big fan like me then :-) If you are starting to learn how to use Unity, my advice is, think of a project you want to do. For example make a pacman like game on your own. Once you are in a project you start learning what you need. I don't know what kind of a developer you want to become, more artist type, 3D, 2D, or more of a programmer? For programming what has helped me was just that. Keep making private projects, each project with new stuff you haven't done before. Use Unity Connect to upload your projects and show what you can do. I wish you the best of luck and welcome to the amazing world of developing.
Alan O'Toole
Developer, Engineer
a year ago
Great article and congrats! I'm excited to hear and see more from you guys.
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Yes I am. I grew up with the idea of travelling in time back and forth as one of the most awesome things one could do and I am a big fan of BttF. I bought the trilogy in VHS when it came out, I bought it again in DVD and I bought it again in Blu-Ray. Looking forward to hear from you guys. By the way, I'm a Unity developer (just learning) so if I may help...
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Tom Breuer
published the article
Jul 29, 2018
Back to the Future IV - Time Anomalies
Back to the Future IV - Time Anomalies
Universal GameDev Challenge Journey
Roland Semrau
Software Developer, Game Developer, Writer
a year ago
Reply@Alan O'TooleGreat article and congrats! I'm excited to hear and see more from you guys.
@Alan O'Toole Thank you Alan :-) Update coming soon. We just need a little bit time off, after the most intensive three months of work we ever had. Btw great tutorial video, keep the good stuff coming.
Roland Semrau
Software Developer, Game Developer, Writer
a year ago
Reply@Chemi Martínez DomingoYes I am. I grew up with the idea of travelling in time back and forth as one of the most awesome things one could do and I am a big fan of BttF. I bought the trilogy in VHS when it came out, I bought it again in DVD and I bought it again in Blu-Ray. Looking forward to hear from you guys. By the way, I'm a Unity developer (just learning) so if I may help...
@Chemi Martínez Domingo A big fan like me then :-) If you are starting to learn how to use Unity, my advice is, think of a project you want to do. For example make a pacman like game on your own. Once you are in a project you start learning what you need. I don't know what kind of a developer you want to become, more artist type, 3D, 2D, or more of a programmer? For programming what has helped me was just that. Keep making private projects, each project with new stuff you haven't done before. Use Unity Connect to upload your projects and show what you can do. I wish you the best of luck and welcome to the amazing world of developing.
Alan O'Toole
Developer, Engineer
a year ago
Great article and congrats! I'm excited to hear and see more from you guys.
CD
Yes I am. I grew up with the idea of travelling in time back and forth as one of the most awesome things one could do and I am a big fan of BttF. I bought the trilogy in VHS when it came out, I bought it again in DVD and I bought it again in Blu-Ray. Looking forward to hear from you guys. By the way, I'm a Unity developer (just learning) so if I may help...
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Tom Breuer
updated a submission to Neon Challenge
Jan 2, 2018
Suncatcher4.12 - final video
Suncatcher4.12 - final video
2645 – Earth is lost.
2 years ago
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Farrukh Abdur
3d Artist / Game Designer
2 years ago
Looking good :) It is a unique creative project.
Roland Semrau
Software Developer, Game Developer, Writer
2 years ago
I really like the idea of lots of green space in a space station. This is looking awesome, can't wait to see the next update.
2 years ago
thats so amazing, Liked the cute little city..
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