Friday, September 30, 2011

Xanga

Reading some of my entries from my old Xanga page... Haven't written in there since 2007... I was so hopeful back then. Everything was a so romanticized. What happened...?

THE BIG NEWS! Megatouch Live and Megatouch HD games release for iPad

Here are some screen shots on Monster Madness HD for iPad.
Megatouch Live and Megatouch HD Games for iPad Finally Its here!!! You guys can read up on the Megatouch Live stuff, but what I'm most excited about is the games coming to iPad! Yes!

For the past year or so, we've been working real hard on these games and sometime into it, we decided we were going to make iPad versions. The ones released so far are Monster Madness HD and Photohunt HD

I worked on Monster Madness HD, my most proudest game. designing and animating all the characters. The website does a great job at showing them off in the monster gallery!. Hopefully there will be footage soon online. Or you can purchase it at the iStore, tomorrow... I think...! What what! I make iPad games.

Saturday, September 24, 2011

Am I there yet?

I look extremely happy in this photo.

I look pretty happy in this photo too.

In one of those photos, the smile was forced. Can you guess which one? It was the first photo. With my arms open and the sun setting in the background, you'd think it was legit. But to be honest, what you don't see is the thousands if not millions of Red Ants that called that beach, their home.

When in Hawaii, me, my brother and his co-worker went to the most west point of the island to watch the sun set. We had to go off-roading, to get there, which in it of itself was a harrowing experience... Never again...But when we got there, we realize the beach was smothered in Red Ants aka Fire Ants, you know the ones that if they bite you will cause excruciating paint and in some cases death.... So the entire time we had to keep moving, marching in place if you will. Tiresome ordeal. But a awesome sunset none the least. It was definitely a forced smile under some not so pleasant circumstances. Cool place though. If you ever do it. Bring a flame thrower...

However, the second picture... It's pure Bliss. Koko Head was one of the craters i planned to climb during my time in Hawaii and like Diamond Head, i knew i had to do it myself. What i didn't know was how crazy it was going to be. I wanted to see the sunrise, so i set out early for the climb. Woke up at 4 in the morning, hopped in the car and went. Too bad i had my GPS set for the wrong destination. Ended wasting a half hour going the wrong direction. When i finally got there however, it was still dark and there were no lights what so ever. But luckily i found my way.

Now you have to understand something about this crater. It's not a regular hiking path with dirt or gravel or what have you. Much like every other hiking experience in Hawaii, it has something to do with WW2. The trail to reach the top was a old railroad that some points reached a 90 degree angle. It's 1208 ft high. A long and most gruesome hike indeed. I probably stopped 20 times to catch my breath and rest, sweated buckets and definitely missed the crack of dawn... But i kept on trecking, being encouraged by all the soldiers who hiked it every morning. Probably ran into 50 of them coming down from the top. Some running down, which was ridiculous, some coming down bare foot on the rocky dirt and deteriorating wood planks on the railroad. There was also a bridge, midway, on the climb. It was still a railroad, steel beams and planks, but if you fell from it... You'd either crack your head open on boulders or most certainly break a few bones. It was kind of a tall drop...

Anyways, i'm certain that an hour had passed before i reached the top... And i could see it... I could see it all. I had made it. Me and God. I can't describe the feeling any better than that photo. It was pure happiness, minus the Red Ants. I stayed for probably 15 minutes at the top taking it all in, talking to other people who had made it up and it was nice. But like any thing, it had to end... I'd like to say the walk down was easy breezy. But that would be a lie. It was just as bad. My legs were dead for the next 3 days. lol.

Friday, September 23, 2011

AMI 2012 Software Release

AMI Software Release

The company i work for recently released a majority of the games we've been working on for the past year. And it feels good to have the product out there. For those of you who actually want to play any of these, go to your local bar and play it, or they might have a old version of our machines, request they buy the new software. I think that's how it works... That's the best i can do for you...

Anywho, I've had the pleasure of working on the following games for this software release.

Dino Whiz - Designed and Animated the characters, and a few art tweaks throughout the game

Monster Madness 2 - Designed and Animated the characters

Rock Mahjong - Created tile faces