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Megan Fox
Works at Glass Bottom Games
Attended University of Colorado at Boulder
Lives in Denver, CO
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Here, you can see our final-ish ammo / ammo box art. Some of it may still change, but most of it won’t. Also, final art on the stuff that actually shoots out (like gumdrop rounds, yay!).
Here, you can see our final-ish ammo / ammo box art. Some of it may still change, but most of it won't. Also, final art on the stuff that actually shoots out (like gumdrop rounds, yay!).
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I'm on Patreon now, and I even have patrons! I think this makes me an artist, finally. Artiste? Hmmm.

Anyways, check it! This is a dang cool site. http://www.patreon.com/meganfox
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I suppose I should find a way to set up a tip jar too. It'd be neat if Patreon exposed that too.
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It may seem like a minor thing (and it is), but convincing my dialog system to let people other than Emma emit keyword lines meant a full overhaul. But, now it’s done! And now Franky can be her own sassy … Continue reading →
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We just implemented push zones, and they're AWESOME!

Hot Tin Roof Alpha - Push Zones
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Here’s a video of the brand new Franky AI. Instead of being a little mesh that follows you, now she’s… well, a person! It’s pretty awesome.
Here's a video of the brand new Franky AI. Instead of being a little mesh that follows you, now she's... well, a person! It's pretty awesome.
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UI is boring, but, important. Since I’m housebound with a cold, I’m working on simple, mind-numbing stuff… like UI. Le sigh.
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Boring boring boring. And yet important. And depending on the game, there can be quite a lot of it.
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Our first run at meshes for “gum ammo” impacts. It… didn’t work so well. On to v2! (since we have “slow” bullets, sometimes collisions are resolved with triggertrigger interactions, and those can’t kick back any useful impact collision normal)
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I hadn't used the SweepTest because of... hrm. "Some reason." I thought it had some couldn't-hit-triggers limitation, or something like that - a bunch of their raycast-related functions have weird limitations. Anyways, I'm a little leery to use it for similar performance reasons, but it might ultimately be easier than the alternative.
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This really is dang cool, you have no idea, OMG.
 
Hot Tin Roof got featured in HYPER Magazine (a big Australian game mag) in December. THIS IS SO FREAKING COOL: http://imgur.com/a/cWyPn#0
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I change the world, one video game at a time.
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  • Glass Bottom Games
    CEO / Designer / Programmer, 2011 - present
  • LEGO
    Senior Programmer, 2011 - 2012
  • NetDevil
    Graphics Programmer, 2008 - 2011
  • Idyllon
    Programmer, 2005 - 2008
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Denver, CO
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I'm an entrepreneur, graphics programmer, game designer, writer, and Capoeirista.
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I'm the CEO / programmer / designer at Glass Bottom Games: http://www.glassbottomgames.com (also on G+)

If you're a twitterpating kind of person, I'm @shalinor

Incidentally, I love sci-fi and fantasy, and RPGs are totally boss.  Someday, I hope to kill a Klingon for his boots.

(I dig G+ circles related the video game industry, gaming, martial arts, nature / the natural world, psychology, science, mathematics, spirituality / belief, skepticism, sci-fi and fantasy, writing, baking, and software development)
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I own a full length Dr Who (Tom Baker) scarf, and wear it on cold days and Halloween. It is awesome.
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  • University of Colorado at Boulder
    Mathematics, 2003 - 2007
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I sometimes spell my name "Meghan", on that... other... social web, that wouldn't let me use "Megan Fox."
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My experience mirrored Kailash. I went in for the Kindle deal, largely because I was curious what a DirectBuy looked like - goodness knows I've driven by there enough over the years (it's by the mall, a Costco, etc). Let me spoil it for you: it's row upon row of displays, set up to mimic a bedroom or whatever, flanked with literal walls of catalogs. I saw nothing there that couldn't be duplicated with an Amazon Prime subscription and the cheapo Costco membership. I got spun around and shown the door when I mentioned I had a common-law "husband" (ie. we've been living together for ages). Didn't matter that I make my own purchasing decisions or that I wasn't married, I guess because I'm a woman? Whatevs. I assume their goal is to get couples in there, split them up, and play them off each-other / find the weaker-willed one - standard hard sell tactics.If you get that flier, just throw the thing away. Go to Amazon or Costco instead, and spend the $49 S&H for your "free" Kindle on some ice-cream or a video game or something.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I've been here a few times, and the food was excellent each time. The interior's a little odd - very pick-and-mix furnishings, and not in a terribly attractive way - but the staff is friendly and the food is excellent. Poboys, corn bread, beignet, etc, all good, and their meatloaf is particularly notable.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
great food, and non-chain
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
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I've been coming here for months, and never had a bad time. Excllent food, and really friendly service. Surprisingly, even their breakfast is amazing!
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
they've switched ownership a few times recently, but have fairly decent food these days.
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago