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8 games, so far. What's next?

Posted by OmiyaGames - December 15th, 2014


Hey, guys.  I'm the (usually solo) developer at Omiya Games.  I've been posting 8 games this weekend, and the comments has been absolutely amazing!  I'm very flattered by the whole thing!

Anyways, I write this news in regards to how I got 8 games on here within a short amount of time, and what to expect next.  As noted in my profile, I'm a #OneGameAMonth challenger.  The games I've been posting were past games I've made during this challenge.  As of right now, I've already posted all the web games I had that I have permission to post onto other web portals.  So unfortunately, there won't be another game for few weeks.

That said, there is one coming next month.  In fact, it's already done; I temporarily don't have the permission to distribute it.  I will have that permission within the second week of January, so I hope you guys look forward to that.

In addition, I'll be around MAGFest next month to attend their Global Game Jam.  Yes, that means I may have two games out by next month!  If you guys plan on attending Global Game Jam at MAGFest as well, let me know!  I'd love to see you guys.

Oh, and out of curiosity...why no love for Not a Clone?


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Oh cool, maybe I'll see you at MAGfest! I'm not doing the game jam but I'll be hanging around. I added you to the list of people from NG who are going:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/13jmfbBpGtEgT9LQKasFERFAaBMNhGnVOaxdEwzy_ezg/edit?usp=sharing

Also plan to FP a lot more of your games, been going one at a time. :)

Thanks, TomFulp. I will admittedly be stuck inside a single room programming for the majority of the convention, but it's great to see a lot of people coming to this special event.

I like these games, and I'm impressed with the short development times. Keep refining your skill and keep up the great work. Have some happy holidays man.