A small time game developer from San Francisco. Current game in development: R.A.R -- a robot's mischief
I will post weekly sandbox on my game, R.A.R, a robot's mischeif over here:
Here are some sneak peek on the animation I have done during this week:
You can be a part of our development by giving updates on which things work for you, and which things do not work. Feel free to comment below.
Thank you again indiedb!
Hi indiedbees! My name is Nicu Listana and I am a current club moderator of a game development club over at San Francisco State University. We are called Fissure, and as for now, you all can call us a "baby" club because we are only less than 2 semesters old :I.
Well the topic of this blog pretty much states that I'm not the best guy for Marketing...meaning getting the word out to the club. I am pretty much pulling my hair off over the past few weeks getting some buzz out and getting more followers over at our twitter page @fissuredev. I've been to 2 mixers/networking events for the past week, and it seems that people are interested hearing more about this so-called game development club. I even described ourselves as "one of the few collegiate game development clubs in San Francisco"...just to make it more professional. I've been passing out business cards here and there and trust me, it's pretty weird for me. I am currently 18 years old right now and being a club moderator means doing a lot of babysitting--keeping everything together by being a responsible leader. My head hurts right now writing this blog to be honest, because it's currently 2AM right now and I've been sending out tons of "follow me" requests to other people(which quite annoys me by the way). But oh well, I have been once told by a friend from a game development club at San Jose State University that I should be more persistent, and the club will eventually grow! ( Yeah right, or at least for later :I )
I guess there is nothing wrong keeping my heads up after all and pulling some more hair out. As for now, I'm going to seek support from lots of powerful people from the university and find a great mentor from the Computer Science faculty. And like what all the people over at twitter do... #Optimism