It’s only been two days since Pokemon X and Y were released, but it’s probably already my favorite game in the series (I got Pokemon X, my boyfriend got Y). While staying true to the previous iterations of the series, there are enough new features and changes to give long time fans the same sense of wonder and discovery that they got the first time they set foot in the Kanto region all those years ago.
Archive for October 2013
I just uploaded my third game, Crushing Candies (no relation at all to Candy Crush. I swear. My game has cute graphics, a plot [kind of], and actual gameplay! The name comes from the fact that you are in danger of being crushed by candies.)
Crushing Candies is about a candy named Mr. Gumball who was imprisoned in a candy dungeon by the evil Fruit Dragon. Mr. Gumball must find a way to escape from the dungeon while avoiding the evil Fruit Dragon’s evil apple minions and avoid being crushed by falling candies that the Fruit Dragon is attempting to drop on him. Will Mr. Gumball escape? Or will he meet his delicious doom?
If you’re just starting out as an indie developer, you probably don’t have a lot of money to spend on your projects. It can be time consuming to create images and music for your games, so you may want to use artwork or music that is already made (either in the final product or as a place holder until you can create your own). Maybe you simply need some inspiration before you dive in to creating your own artwork. Whatever the case, here are a few websites offering free content that you can use in your indie games: