The cool thing about Hexo is that you write all posts locally as markdown files, and then Hexo generates a full blog made out of just static webpages, including tags, archives, etc - which means you don’t need a big fancy CMS or anything. And because the blog is just made out of static pages, you can host it with something simple like Surge.
I’ve backdated a couple of posts to create the illusion I’ve had this blog for a while, please don’t tell anyone
Here’s a dumb game I made for Ludum Dare, where you stack items ontop of an elephant balancing over a gourge.
Made in one and a half days solo, because I was stupid and decided to change game idea halfway through the three day challenge. Still liked the end result though.
Graphics were hand drawn using the amazing Doodle Studio 95. Made in Unity, and should work in modern desktop browsers (sorry, no mobile support). The gameplay was my girlfriends idea (she’s much better at game jam ideas than me)
I made a game for 7DFPS about the social interactions that happen when playing a couch co-op game.
You play a zombie shooter with your buddy, and the actions you take in the game affect the dialog that happens between you two.
I’m very surprised by the reaction to it and the kind comments, it’s really nice.
I also wrote a postmortem blogpost on itch.io here, if you want to read me rambling on too long about some of the design decisions.
Made in Unity using Doodle Studio 95 to create the sprites.