Monday, December 24, 2012


I love running a 103 fever and not being able to work on or update my apps. As soon as I start to feel better I will try to update them.

Saturday, December 15, 2012

Harvest Moon Paid APP

I created a paid version of the app without the ads a few days ago. The paid version was requested on various sites and contains all the information of the free version just without the ads.

Friday, December 14, 2012

Harvest Moon v 1.5

Updated the Harvest Moon App to 1.5. The new version included a crop section and a bunch of fixes. I am now working on getting some huge updates out for the app.

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Harvest Moon app updated

Updated the Harvest Moon App to 1.3. The new version adds the crops and restoration plans to the app. I have also fixed the stretch error.

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Harvest Moon App updates in the work

After hearing some suggestions from the community I am hard at work creating an update! I hope to include more character gifts, their schedules, and a crop section. I also need to fix some lingering screen size issues.

Future updates will include more but for now I think update will be beneficial to everyone.

Saturday, December 8, 2012

Harvest Moon App

Yesterday marked the release of my first App!

The app Harvest Moon ANB Guide can be found on the Marketplace! I really enjoyed making it and hope to hear from users on things to add!

My dev email is

Monday, July 9, 2012

Binding of Isaac

Console: PC

The Binding of Isaac is a tale about a young child who has an overly devout Christian mother. One day Isaac's mother begins hearing a voice that she believes is god telling her to save her child. After removing everything of joy from Isaac's life the voice tells Isaac's mother to kill her child. Through luck Isaac escapes to the basement where he confronts demons and other creatures.

Gameplay: The Binding of Isaac is a top down RPG shooter. You control Isaac or five other unlockable characters through various means. Each character has different starting stats and Items. The RPG element of the game comes in the form of stat boosting and usable items. These items can be found behind golden doors, from bosses, in hidden rooms, and from shops. There are also no midgame saves, so either you die and restart or beat the game.

Sound: The Binding of Isaac has a very simplistic, well done tone. The music is very complex and blends with the desolate feeling of the game. Most of the sound effects are splashing noises and popping sounds.

Controls: The controls are very responsive and precise. The only flaw is that your character's speed can increase to the point that the controls feel floaty and touchy.

Difficulty: The difficulty will turn a lot of people off. The game is by no means easy and the odds can start to feel stacked against you depending on what items you find.  Couple this with the fact that after beating the game 5 times the difficulty increases and stronger enemies will appear.

Value: For under 10 dollars the game is well worth the value. The Binding of Isaac has hours of replayability and new items are constantly being unlocked.

Final Word: This game will offend some Christians with its darker Christian Tones. Character names even represent biblical names and some of the bosses are based off biblical text. I enjoyed the game and put many hours into trying to get every ending. The endings were a little on the short side but the replay value is incredibly high and I kept coming back wanting one more perfect run.There are some glitches though that hold this game up from being great. Enemies and bosses can get stuck as well as certain items causing problems.

Overall Rating: 3.8/5 the lack of soft saves and difficulty keep the game from being great.

Slender Review

Console: PC  

           Ah Slender the current talk of the talk. Being hailed as a horror game with a scare factor similar to Amnesia, Slender seeks out to horrify you with its dark and creepy atmosphere. Grown men have been known to break down and cry or wet themselves while playing this game but does it live up to the hype? After hearing about Slender on Reddit I decided to give the game a shot. If you have been on r/gaming then you have no doubt heard of the fear and complete heart pounding horror this game unleashes from your computer.
I cautiously downloaded a copy, dimmed the lights and popped on a pair of headphones. Now for those of you who don't know about Slender the basic premise is that you are lost in the woods looking for book pages. You play a female protagonist with basically a flashlight and no real sense of direction. After aimless wandering through the woods I found my first page. The page was childlike with a simple drawing of forest trees. After grabbing the first page the atmosphere pulled a 180. What was once a quiet, serene forest was filled with a ballad of evil music and static. I quickly grabbed any pages I could find unsure of what was chasing me or what I was running from. As I ran through the trees, I caught glimpses of a menacing figure in the woods. I quickly whipped around was greeted by what should one of the most horrifying creatures the Slenderman however this is not what I was not what I imagined. Slenderman looked like a mere cardboard cutout dressed up in a black suit and wearing a blank face. His presence was completely out of place in the dark forest and seeing him just appear reminded me of mannequins from other horror games. I expected him to lunge forward at me but instead he remained lifeless and unmoving. I crept closer and realized that the Slenderman will not move as long as he is visible on the screen. Another interesting issue is that the game only ends if you look directly at him directly for an extended period of time. As long as your "crosshairs" are not over him he will be stuck motionless in his goofy pose. The only time the Slenderman will "chase" you is if you get to far away from him or go around a corner.  This glaring issue really nullifies the fear factor and kills the mood completely and even though the more pages you collect the faster and closer he supposedly gets the game just feels off without him attacking you.
Overall the experience achieves what it sets out to do. If you are able to fully immerse yourself in the game and feel a sense of looming dread this game can deliver decent scares. The game still is in a very rough version and hopefully the Slenderman and story will be fleshed out. Slender delivers a decent scare but is definitely a one trick pony and never progresses past grab the pages. If you are looking for a horror game that has a good story go to Amnesia the Dark Descent however if you want a free scare get Slender and enjoy.