Mythos Director’s Cut DLC now available!

Hi all. The free Director’s Cut DLC for Mythos: The Beginning will soon be live on Steam, adding a number of player requested features and general polishes to the game. This huge update includes the following additions: Two new mid-game monsters, the Long Neck and the Flesh Eater. New puzzle solutions and ways to bypass … Continue reading

Legionwood 2 Bardsong DLC released!

Greetings, adventurers! The Legionwood 2 Bardsong DLC went live last week, adding a sizable chunk of new stuff to the game. This brand new free DLC adds a new optional dungeon, the Ancient Ziggurat, and implements the much requested Bard class to the game, complete with its own set of unique Techs that open up … Continue reading

The Horror Has Arrived!

I told you it was coming. I told you, but you didn’t believe me. Now it’s here, and you have to answer for your ignorance. It’s waiting for you, lurking in the darkness, and you have no idea what you’re getting into. The horror has arrived.Mythos: The Beginning has finally been released into the world. … Continue reading

The Walking Dead Game: Season Two [Review]

So, as any zombie aficionado should know, the final episode of Telltale Games’ The Walking Dead: Season Two came out earlier this week. Way back in 2012, I positively reviewed the previous season and its 400 Days DLC, so you can probably guess I was pretty excited when Season Two was announced. I originally planned to … Continue reading

Mythos Update #3: Beta Testing

It’s beta testing time! That’s right folks, Mythos: The Beginning is now basically complete and all that remains before release is to test it. The number of people who volunteered to be beta testers is simply amazing: when I put the call out, I received applications from 33 different people, all asking to be added … Continue reading

The Downside of Nostalgia [Repost]

“Back in my day” is a popular phrase that has become increasingly common in recent times. It’s probably not that recent—I’ve read older books where the author bemoans the newer generations—but it’s becoming far too common, so much so that it really needs to be addressed. Just have a look at Google Images. Back to…

Mythos Update #2: Length and Progression

It’s time for the second Mythos: The Beginning update! As of this week, I’ve reached two important milestones in Mythos: The Beginning‘s development. Firstly, last Monday marks one month since beginning work on the game for the Indie Game Making Contest. Secondly, at the time of writing, Mythos has finally reached 50% completion. Depending on … Continue reading

Mythos Update #1: Difficulty Settings

Well, it’s been about a week since the public demo of Mythos: The Beginning went online, and in that time I’ve received from pretty good feedback on which direction the game should take. A hot topic that’s been brought up a few times (and something that seems to be an issue with games I make … Continue reading

NaGaDeMo Conundrums…

Hot on the heels of the last update, I’ve been working on NaGaDeMo contest entry and I’m having a bit of a dilemma: what exactly do I want to do with this game? If I continued working on the game as it is now, I could have it finished and ready for the submission deadline … Continue reading

Indie Game Making Contest 2014

Degica, the publisher of RPG Maker, are holding a game making contest to celebrate National Game Development Month. The rules are deceptively simple: spend a month making an hour long game in any genre — the winner gets a cosy $10,000. Last week, I said I wanted to take a break from game development, but … Continue reading