Bytesize Adventures
Crafting bite-sized digital worlds


Ludum Dare Time-lapse and Results

Time-lapse Last time I entered I produced a time-lapse of the development. I find these pretty interesting so I’ve done the same again. I’ve tried to lengthen the video this…

Ludum Dare 39 – Liveblog

Ludum Dare is a game development competition (and game jam) that takes place over 48 hours. During that time, the aim is to develop a game totally from scratch (inclusive…

Cardboard Dungeon on Mozilla Hacks

I was pretty chuffed when Mozilla approached me recently to write a case study for their Mozilla Hacks blog. The aim was to discuss my experience with A-Frame and producing…

Cardboard Dungeon Devlog #4

This will be the final devlog for this project. Whilst the final product is not really a game, it is a fun “experience” that has given me a taste of…

Cardboard Dungeon Devlog #3

Its been a little while since my last devlog and, in truth, things have slowed a little. This is partially because I’ve begun investigating Unity at last with a vague…

Cardboard Dungeon Devlog #2

Working with Google Cardboard, and the A-Frame framework, continues to be enjoyable. Virtual reality has some interesting challenges in terms of game design and its often the case that what…

Cardboard Dungeon Devlog #1

Welcome to the first devlog for Cardboard Dungeon. In actuality this is really a devlog for experimenting with virtual reality using what I have available to me – Google Cardboard….

Equaliser – A Pebble Time Watch Face

I’m not quite ready to put aside £300+ for an Apple Watch. I’m not yet convinced that a smart watch has a place in my life. That’s why I jumped…

An excursion into the world of Arduino

It’s fair to say that electronic prototyping and the creation of custom hardware at home has exploded over the past few years. As a developer, the idea of combining my…

2014 in Review and Plans for 2015

Each year I write a post looking back at the previous year and talking a bit about my aspirations for the new year. It’s actually incredibly insightful to take stock…