Tag Archives: music
Bass Jumper is a four-player rhythm game I made (as part of a fairly large team) for Whammy Jammy. I never bothered writing about it here because you can’t play it; it’s an installation piece, requiring a projection screen and a bunch of Arduinos and motion sensors. But we’ve just submitted it to IndieCade, a […]
Just snagged Chris J. Hampton, a.k.a. Beek, as musician for Frog Fractions. Also, if you’ve seen me demo Frog Fractions — or if you’ve read the name “Frog Fractions” — you’ll probably be surprised to see where the project has gone since then. It’s maybe a little bit over-ambitious.