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Gloomy Collective

Gloomy Collective

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We are a small indie studio born out of a classroom project at University of British Columbia. Currently developing our first game: Lenore Lost in the...

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Toughcell Games

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Vancouver based indie game dev, working on a new PC title Steel Shadows

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Nov 13 2014

Support this Kickstarter! Goodnight Coop: An iPad book to help your child fall asleep: T.co

Jun 11 2014

Auti-Sim covered on BBC: T.co

May 29 2014

@Camper The last one is falling apart after 6 months. I'm not buying another pair ever. Thought you might wanna know. Cheers

May 29 2014

@Camper I've bought three pairs from you guys in the last few years. The first pair lasted forever. The second over a year.

Apr 28 2014

@wcorwin @StrangeIoC Thanks for the reply!

Apr 24 2014

Hey @StrangeIoC, wondering how the framework will hold over time - i.e. what's the likelihood of stuff breaking after updating to Unity5?

Apr 9 2014

@ThomasNoppers Subtle visual cues like a certain hue/shade of color?

Apr 1 2014

@plasticscm Nm my previous question. Was confusing that this is the link that comes up when I google git and plastic T.co

Apr 1 2014

@zanytomato T.co

Apr 1 2014

@zanytomato I don't really think there is an "ideal platformer jump", but Unity's 2D platformer tut might be a good start