Shortly after promising myself that I was going to work on one of my game ideas I began to get overwhelmed with all there is to know about game development. I held steadfast for quite a while before one day when I was standing in the TSA check line at the airport watching this video on scriptable objects that I finally cracked. I needed a team.
As a kid, my best friend wanted to be an astronaut. I always thought that was novel. In high school, he went into the ROTC program and after graduation flew in the Air Force in pursuit of his childhood dream. As for me? I wanted to own a Blockbuster because I thought that was where video games were made.
As a musician, people ask me all the time about my musical influences. It's always hard to answer without having a full blown conversation because music, like any art form, gives you inputs from so many different avenues that it feels impossible to select just one. But after much narrowing, I think I've found my most succinct answers.
Part Time Gamer aims to help you play games that are actually worth your time when your time is limited. I'm at a point in my life where it takes a lot to impress me in terms of the games I play. When the internet exploded about Pyre I tried to avoid hopping aboard the hype train... but I'm so glad I eventually gave in and you will be too.