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  • Devon Lambert
    October 17, 2011

Dat Blog

Coding Cat Studio's general blog. Mainly for announcements regarding the studio itself, and important notes regarding projects. If you want details on any of the given projects we have just check out the "Projects" tab at the top. Near the bottom of that page is a subpage link that goes to all of our current projects.

If you have any questions for us, join our Google group. If that is too much work, just shoot that same Google group a message(Holy Google snarf, Batman!)
coding-cat-studios@googlegroups.com


Real Non-Google Website!

posted Feb 4, 2012, 11:42 AM by Devon Lambert   [ updated Feb 4, 2012, 11:43 AM ]

Well, Ryan has done it this time. He created a website....and bought a domain name....so hurr it is...

http://codingcatstudios.com/

yayyyy...

-Devon Lambert

Update

posted Jan 11, 2012, 3:54 PM by Devon Lambert   [ updated Jan 11, 2012, 3:57 PM ]

Lawl...So I pretty much forgot to make another update. I think I saw the reminder email I send myself and then just outright forgot from there. Ryan decided to work on his rogue-like a lot...A LOT. So we didn't make any progress as a studio although we did devise a cool idea for an MMO. But being an MMO, I doubt it'll really come to fruition until many years into the future. We will however have documentation for the game and hopefully given a few months the framework for the game completely written up and ready for that day. I'll even post a link to the document once its done so ya'll can get a sneak peak at it and give me some feed back.

Furthermore, Ill leave a link to Ryans DevVlog.
His Game.

I'm also going to put A.U.R.A into an eternally slow development state. We had the idea to create several smaller games using different features that will be present in the MMO so I'm thinking that Aura will be featured among those games.

Till next time,
Forever Alone,
-Devon Lambert

Dat College

posted Dec 5, 2011, 2:46 AM by Devon Lambert

Takatakatakatakatakatakataka... Oh hey there, I didn't see you come in. Whats that? Oh you know just going into finals week. College, meh, what are you gona do eh? Ill tell you what we are gona do!....................................... Well Ill ask Ryan and get back to you but I think with the Winter Break coming up fast we will get a chance to do some major workings on Block Dude or possibly some testing with UDK(I've decided to give it another shot because I tend to be a bit crazy sometimes)

So wish us luck going into finals. An Such. I may be updating things again soon if some sweet news rolls in.

Forever Awake,
-Devon Lambert

Personal Projects Abound

posted Oct 31, 2011, 4:59 PM by Devon Lambert

October 31,2011
Its the thirty-first. Big deal I don't want to wait. Ryan and I have both started our own personal projects. He has yet to post his here though. He seems reluctant to do anything much with the Google site. My project has been posted named A.U.R.A. I think it will be pretty good should it turn out right.

We are going to set aside a weekend to jam on Block Dude again. Just thanks to college we are busy like crazeh.

Keep checking the individual project updates in the Projects page. And here every month or so for general updates!

Happy Holloween, or whatever you celebrate if anything.
-Devon Lambert

Block Dude remake Unsure

posted Oct 11, 2011, 10:23 AM by Devon Lambert   [ updated Oct 15, 2011, 4:23 PM by Ryan Rothweiler ]

October 11, 2011
We seem to be having trouble deciding if we want to finish out the remake of Block Dude at least. Although we have been hinting at a part 2, the brutal fact of the matter is that we are bored silly of working on that type of game. Remakes are not very creative and not very fun to work on. I still think we will finish it but since we can't sell it to gain revenue we are starting to feel like working on a game that is inspired by our imagination and that is more original.

I'll keep updates rolling out from hence forth regarding our current state of development. Expect the next one to come around at the beginning of November and then every month after that. These could be extremely long or as short as, "Still working on ..."

-Devon Lambert

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