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Chugga chugga choo choo! That’s right, folks! Unite 2015 is here and we’re uber excited to be hopping on the hype train going straight to Boston. We can’t wait to engage with the growing Unity community at the conference and hope we can meet a few of our listeners while
In this episode we speak with a handful of game development pioneers in CEO and Founder of Fig, Justin Bailey and the team behind the 2015 IGF Grand Prize winner, Outer Wilds. Justin breaks down how the Fig platform works as a curated crowdfunding and investing medium where passionate players
Download the Episode Here A personal Github account with Large File Storage: $0. Hosting a server for your repository: $300. Writing an epic compression algorithm that you lose because you didn’t have your project under source control: priceless. Devs, don’t be -that- person! Set your projects up with version control
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Download the Episode Here We raise a glass to you, Christian Strang, for without you today’s episode might not have been possible! On today’s episode we tackle Christian’s question about our favorite Unity Asset Store assets. Each of the guys pick one of their favorite assets and talk about how
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Download the Episode Here Rogue podcasters Ryan, Obinna, and Andrew were feeling a bit brazen and decided to record an episode without the other two co-hosts. In this episode we answer the “How”, “Why,” and “What” when playtesting your game. The guys channel their inner Fido in this episode in referencing a somewhat
Download the Episode Here It finally happened! We wheedled the first person into sitting down with our ragtag group of developers for several minutes for an up close and personal interview. Travis Lacey is a freelance concept artist, seasoned Indie developer, official Steamworks Developer, Pax South Exhibitor, owner of Ravenseye
Download the Episode Here Just when you thought four’s a crowd, we add our fifth and final member to the Debug.Log crew! We are excited to welcome Eduardo Castillo Fernandez into the fold, who brings several years of professional development experience — both inside and out of the gaming realm.
Download the Episode Here In this episode, we unravel several UI solutions that have been birthed from the thralls of Unity’s legacy UI (OnGUI) system. Andrew wears his heart on his sleeve, shedding a single tear mid-recording when discussing pixel perfection, DPIs, and screen resolutions! The crew talks about the pros and
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Download the Episode Here It’s been a long road since Unity’s Unite 2014, when The Debug Log was first conceived in the streets of Seattle. It was at the conference, while surrounded by so many innovative minds, inspiring games, and tools developed for and using the Unity game engine, that