Hey all! Yup, it’s that time again. School’s started and as usual, I keep myself occupied with stuff a lot more than I’ve estimated. So, there hasn’t been a lot of time for me to work on My Burden to Keep. Let’s not pout over that, though. A lot of the time I’ve been busy… Read More


A little while no see, been working at my father’s store this summer. Not to worry though, I’ve still had time to work on my game projects. I thought I’d let you all in on a quick update on the revised version of My Burden to Keep, it’s coming along quite nicely! I’m about 65%… Read More


Hey interwebs! I’ve got good news for you all, the first version for My Burden to Keep is finished! All the moments of the story are in there and functional, and it’s such a relief. One major thing that’s missing though, is the characters. A classmate from the graphics group was going to help out… Read More


Hey people! The weekend is here and with it comes… work! Not to worry though, I won’t work myself exhausted through the entire weekend. I’ll let myself have some free time as well. I thought I’d post another little teaser screenshot, since I’m pretty satisfied with how the background art turned out. Ta-dah! Interactive scene,… Read More


Hey interwebs! Midnight progress post again, for yesterday, of course. I worked on finishing up the introduction sequence and then making the background for the interrogation room, and integrating the already scripted interrogation sequence between Francis and Gabriel (whom you’ll get acquainted with when the game’s release, wink wink.) It turned out there was a small… Read More


It is time again, for another update on the progress for My Burden to Keep! Today (or technically yesterday as it’s past midnight now) I worked on integrating the introduction sequence into the game, complete with the characters moving too. I got the first two thirds of the whole introduction into the game, the only… Read More


Another day of work! Today, I worked on a puzzle design for the game, where you have to enter a sequence of numbers accompanied by directions to turn a dial on a safe. It was originally meant to be a test, but the design worked so well that it’ll probably work its way into the… Read More