While I'd love to do this full time, at the beginning of October I got a "regular" job out of necessity. But all is not lost! I still plan on continuing Trembling, and the construction of this site now that I have settled in. I know it's not much, but today I published the Contact Me page which has a form which, you guessed it, will send your comments or questions directly to me. Feel free to contact me for whatever reason you see fit. No Spam!
I finally finished the Trembling information page found here. The idea with this page is to give an overarching concept of the game. On it I explain environment, graphics, and game play. Hopefully this will get you as excited about the game as I am!
This is the last post to test out the feed reader. I'm going to display four total, so I'm just checking to make sure everything is going to fit correctly. If anyone is reading this, which I highly doubt, I apologize for the rather boring posts. Once I get everything working , I will replace these posts with something more interesting.
After many long nights of pushing vertices around, I am finally ready to start releasing information about Trembling, a game that I am creating for PC. At present, there is a single screen shot on the Landing Page accompanied by a small blurb, but soon there will be much more.
In the near future I plan to start a development blog. This will be comprehensive, covering all aspects of the game's development. Hopefully, soon enough, there will be a link to it right here. The Gallery will also have a section where new screens can trickle to.
I know there isn't much here, but all projects must start somewhere. It's time to get started!
As site construction continues, new on the chopping block is a news blog, and here it is! This section will contain any news and announcements that are related to Lost Day Games. The plan is to announce new plans, new products, and other, hopefully useful things, such as tutorials or changes to the site.
This is a trial process, so we'll see how it goes. At first it will allow me to chronicle the creation of the site and help with planning, but my ultimate goal is for this to be useful for visitors as well.
My name is Jacob Lubinski. I've been making graphics for games for over 13 years now, and I still love every minute of it. Making 3D worlds to explore is my passion.