So, I am live streaming a lot of garbage on twitch. Essentially the idea that my screen is recorded on the internet for anyone to see probably makes me work a bit harder.
I am really not sure how long I can do it…It seems like a very boring thing for anyone to watch – and tomorrow, will I really have it running when everyone else is at work? Too weird…I guess the hope is that its just a way of proving to the world that we are doing stuff…we aren’t hiding under a rock, code is getting written every day!
You can always appear and hassle me, and say “James, fix that bug in the last vikings” or whatever.
On top of that now I have the essentials needed for a very low quality stream, I can make youtube videos a lot easier….here is the first.
Somewhat shockingly, I can see that I first posted a screenshot of this game on October 10, 2015! wow….the game has taken over a year…but I really havent been working on it for over a year…
Before the end of the year, I hope to do a 48 hour twitch stream of a new game called GORSD, its a multiplayer only arcade game, I am just making it because it wounds super cool fun in my mind, so keep an eye out for that. The usual twitch stream is just plain rubbish, so if I were you, I wouldn’t watch it. You can however add it to your list of blocked/blacklisted web addresses by using this: https://www.twitch.tv/springloadedsoftware
Hopefully this is the start of being more approachable, and sharing what we are doing with the people who care.