- What it is you do? I study Computer Science with Games Development, as well as making prototypes for games in my spare time. Recently I have started development on two actual games, which will be a city simulation game and a base defence game. The space defence game will be used as my final project next year.
- What are your interests? Filmmaking (I did a 2 year production course), making games, drawing, and watching comedy YouTube videos.
- Do you have a portfolio? scratch.mit.edu/projects/93279933/ Only my various prototypes for game ideas made in Scratch. This one is an attempt at an isometric theme park simulator.
Thank you so much for posting working links to some of the stuff you've made - it's cool to see that you have a nice variety of styles there. Do you think any of these will become long-term projects? It looks like Theme Park God is getting a good response so far!
I have decided to move away from Scratch, so there will be no more updates to Theme Park God :/ However, I have many planned for C# and MonoGame. I'm hoping for my Space Base Defence game to be a commercial product after the course is finished, and I have many more simulation game ideas for after that!
Hey that's fair enough! Always good to keep being productive. Will be great to see any future games you make and best of luck with taking Space Base Defence into the commercial world! You're more than welcome to post about it here when it's ready to go.