Things have slowed down for me after the release of the new Tony Hawk. I find myself having more time to myself instead of working on some next big project. Taking this into positive light, I’ve started looking into brushing up my programming skills. I wasn’t sure I wanted to get a big personal project rolling, so I searched for some programming exercises online. I came across Project Euler, which is this nifty math questions that can be solved with pen and paper, but go by extremely faster with programming. I started working on some of these problems, and fell in love with it. It pretty much mixes my old love for math with growing my programming skills. I added my profile badge on the right menu, but I’ll include it in this post as well. At the time of writing, I’ve completed 5 of the 391 problems. I may also create a page in the future that houses my solutions for each problem.
I unfortunately have been neglecting this page ever since I got contracted on to Robomodo. With working on projects and being under NDA, I didn’t really have much to say. But now, the game I have been working on will finally be freed into the wild on July 18th (this Wednesday!) and hopefully people will enjoy it. Below are some previews of the game from Destructoid, Rev3, IGN, and the like.
Rev 3 Games Multiplayer Impressions
IGN On The Download (Summer of Arcade)
Games Radar – QuickPlay
Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater HD feels like classic Tony Hawk – Destructoid