Please note, this article refers to an old version of the TaskRunner which is not supported anymore. The latest version is here. Every now and then it is necessary to run a series of tasks in a given order, for example to guarantee that some data has been downloaded before to continue
knowing how short my memory is, I saved all my professional life memories in a folder on my HD. Some of those memories are meaningful only to me, but why not sharing my first, completed game (yeahh it was 1997…I think) ? The version I am linking is actually the
Some time ago I collected some notes about Perlin Noise all over the web (sorry I don’t remember the original articles). These notes were finalized to implement a GPU coherent noise based smoke effect. I reckon these notes could be useful for somebody else as well.
I did not plan to write this article, but since I wrote this bunch of classes in few minutes, I thought to share the code with everybody. I did not invent anything, I just ported the useful Kevin McFarlane’s DesignByContract helper class that I use for my c# Unity Projects
Before I start talking about my first “HTML5” experience, let me say something: after 15 years of c++ game development today I make games at the company where I work and I experiment at home using ActionScript 3, C# (Unity) and Haxe. Do I miss the C++ times? Not really,
Speed logo by Joshua Swattridge from the Noun Project