Monthly Archive for: ‘October, 2013’
Watch Me Squirm as I Wrestle with Free-to-play
I keep changing my mind about how to monetize Paint it Back. At first I just assumed one could simply charge a single price and that was that, but that was a few years ago, before the rise in popularity of free-to-play, where you download the game for free and pay for features from within the app. Nowadays it seems …
The Trouble with Toasters
Stephen Lavelle has made a nifty little tool called PuzzleScript. With it you can make quickly make simple puzzle games that play right in your browser, so I cobbled together The Trouble with Toasters. Set your expectation level to Atari 2600 era graphics and gameplay designed in a few hours. Click here to play it. I believe the only way …
Pocket Tactics Previews Paint it Back – Positively!
Owen Faraday over at Pocket Tactics talks to me about working at Popcap and says things like “Paint it Back is my favourite puzzle game of the year so far.” Here’s that link post-haste! A veteran dev brings us Paint it Back — and an inside view of pre-EA Popcap
Paint it Back – Releasing October 17!
Behold that thought – Paint it Back is finally going to be released on October 17. For the price of a cup of coffee, you can help save these endangered paintings.