And the wishlist outcome
Hey there, I am Bee, running my own studio Cubenary and working on my passion project.
Witchery Academy is a cosy life sim where you play as a wizard apprentice. You train your magical skills by attending lessons at a magic academy.
As a small indie studio of 2 people, developing a great game is not enough; we also have to promote it, so people know about it.
The following graphic is the daily wishlist activity we’ve been gathering since we’ve published our Steam Page on January 2021, and we couldn’t be happier with our results.
How to implement a simple interface for interactive objects on a map with Unreal Engine 4, C++ and Blueprints,
For this example, I am using Unreal Engine 4.26 with C++ and Blueprints.
You can download the project files here
You can follow along with this tutorial on the Video tutorial version here:
What is an interface?
An interface has a straightforward syntax that looks very much like a class definition.
It helps you to declare the high-level functionality for a particular feature, for example, interactables! …
How to use the dot product operation in Unreal Engine using C++ and Blueprints
When I work on gameplay mechanics, I often stumbled across situations where I need to apply maths.
When implementing my NPC (Non-player characters), I face a similar situation like the example I will show you here.
The dot product operation is one of them, it’s handy!
In this example, we have an intimidating giant blue cat stares at my salmon sashimi….
Don’t worry, the cat is friendly and only looks at you if you are facing it, and right there we have a clear situation where…
Unreal Engine 4 gives you various options to work with data when you want to include in your game things like dialogue or quests.
The 2 types I like to use are Data Tables or Data Assets:
Unique gifts for your friends and family
You know that feeling on Sunday afternoons where the wheater is not your best friend, is cold outside and there is nothing to watch on Netflix?
Sundays are a stranger days; Your mind is getting ready for the next day, the dreadful Monday when a new week of work begins. It’s too late to do anything productive but the perfect day to enjoy yourself.
Wacky, cute, goofy, wholesome game to enjoy on this hot weather
I’ve been following Ooblets for a few years, and I think they’re one of the most famous indie dev couple making this wholesome colorful goofy game that I am falling in love with.
It’s not just another farming sim game mixed with Pokémon style creatures, it’s much more than that. This couple has created an adorable game with lots of wacky moments that make me smile.
Farming games are not my top favorite game but I do enjoy them, and I especially love the sim life aspect of those…
Hey, Twitter, my game is out there, look how cool it is! No? Nobody?
Why I have a few little followers? I tweeted this cool gif, but nothing happens!
Yeah, that happens, all the time…it is the harsh truth I’ve learnt the hard way after many years as an indie dev
I released my first indie title last year, and I did a lot of things wrong marketing-wise….
Hard to accept but it’s never late to amend your mistakes.
No matter how good and amazing your game is if no one knows about it.
A collection of indie games that got my attention in the past months
2019 has been a fantastic year for indie devs, and 2020 looks even better.
There are so many different games to choose from, it’s tough to keep up; you will likely find a title that suits your taste.
As a gamer and indie developer myself, I like to play all sort of games. Indie games, I experience amazing stories, incredible new gameplay mechanics, and I know there are wonderful people behind the game that has put their heart and soul on it.
The past year I decided…
A short tale of a lost boy who needs to find himself
A little boy wakes up in an isolated, strange island. He doesn’t know where he is or how he’s ended up there.
He stands up and soon he meets his a little fox that acts as a spirit guide have been waiting for him for a long time.
His journey begins.
The little boy wanders around the island astonished with the gorgeous scenery, intrigued by the ancient paintings on the ruins and playful with the few wild boar that inhabit the island.
The day passes, and the night…
I know. You’re either playing Animal Crossing: New Horizons or Final Fantasy VII Remake right now. Why am I here talking about a game that released in 2018?
There’s a simple answer here, though. Unfortunately I don’t own a PlayStation 4 to delight myself with Final Fantasy VII Remake, and I’ve already enjoyed enough of Animal Crossing’s wholesome brand of entertainment. This left me in a position to add a new game to my collection, though. And purely by coincidence, I discovered that Xbox Game Pass for Windows is just £1! …
I am Bee, an in indie developer creating Witchery Academ a life sim where you live the adventures of a wizard apprentice with your spirit companion