A bunch of things are surrounding my mind right now, but there is always something that keeps coming up. It mostly comes up by other people asking me, what happens after To Leave? I think we usually take this answer for granted.
To Leave is a game of hard challenges and surprises, each level is an experience connected directly with the human being, and a part that reinforce that experience is the audio. We evolve from the typical loops with conventional music and sounds, to the possibility of making our own sounds from its atomic structure, that´s like feeling like a God, isn't it? :D It feels almost indescribable pleasure when the ambience sounds are created and
Hello everyone! Javier here! Please, there's no need to hide it, I know you've missed me. No?... Not a bit?... But... But... Ok, ok, I won't bore you this time with programming nonsense. This time I will bore you with something else! The very first presence of Freaky Creations on the E3! As developers showing our game! OMG! For those of you who don't know (Hi mom!) the E3 or Electronic Entertainment Expo is a yearly videogame event. Publishers and developers and
Hello Freaky Readers! My name is Javier Ron. I am the graphics and interface programmer here at Freaky Creations. I will tell you a tale; but not just some tale, it's a progamming tale, it's a tale about a game programming team that did not use something called "Object Pools", and it goes like this: Their game was running very slowly and they died. The end.
We are very pleased because of the acceptance we had in Centro de Convenciones, hundreds of boys and girls from high schools in the city tested our game and were impressed by the art, sound environment and gameplay including the fact that a multidisciplinary team like ours is developing something so great in the country.