Friday, April 22, 2016

New Asset pack: "Block People"

      My newest Unity asset pack "Block People" now available on the Unity Asset store.
"Block People" is a pack of simple 3d humanoid block shaped colorful toon styled characters. You can get this new asset pack and throw it into your Unity project today from the asset store over here:

Package Info:
- 3 different blocky characters

- 12 Skin variations

- Male and Female genders of blocky characters

- Mobile and Desktop versions of all character prefabs (12 desktop prefabs and 12 Mobile prefabs, 24 prefabs total)

- 18 different animation poses.

- Mecanim ready animator controller. Easily add your own animations to the controller and watch Blocky People animate!

- Optimized compressed png texture maps (1024x1024)

- Example scene with all characters.

-Works with both 3D and 2D projects

-Mobile Ready!

-Unity 5 Ready!


Price Reductions

I have also reduced the price of "Crazy Cats Toon Pack" to $3 and "Super Rubber Duck Pack" to $2.


     Its been a while since I put out  a new asset package on the unity asset store. Block People was a nice package to make to get back into it. If i'm not working on a game its probably on an asset pack. I don't know it depends. I have ideas for a lot of games and ideas for a lot of packages. So every now and then you might see me release a new package to the unity asset store. I will definitely always post an update when I do so here on the blog as I always do.

Thanks for reading. More updates soon.

Friday, April 15, 2016

Potato Thriller Portable. Now on Android!

    Hey! Whats up? Finished porting "Potato Thriller" to Android just as promised. What does this mean for you? This means that now you can take the action of Potato Thriller anywhere with you on your android phone or favorite android tablet! Play this game on the bus, in the car, outside of your house, or even on the toilet (very recommended!)

You could download the Android version of Potato Thriller over here on Google Play:

Google Play - Potato Thriller

UPDATE: 4/17/2016
For those of you who don't have access to the Google Play store - The android version of the game is now also available on the Amazon app store from here:

Amazon App Store - Potato Thriller

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Potato Thriller coming to Android!

     Hello everyone. I have been working on porting my most recent horror game "Potato Thriller" to the Android platform. Above is a screenshot showing off the new UI and touch screen controls. I still have a bit of work to do on the port so it is not ready for release just yet. However, I'v been working on the Android version for a couple days now and it should not take me very long to finish either. So my estimated release plan right now is to have the Android port out sometime this week. Most likely around the end of the week or during the weekend? Maybe. Depends on how things go. No guarantees. But that is what I will aim for in the meantime.

The mobile Android version of "Potato Thriller" will be available on Google Play Store soon.
Get ready to hunt down the deadly potato man on the go yo!

As always, more updates soon. Peace.

Monday, April 4, 2016

Potato Thriller Afterthoughts

      Hey everyone. This is a blog post I wanted to get up a couple days ago but never really got to it. Anyway, its not really an important blog post or anything like that. Its more of a post where I kind of just ramble on and talk about my afterthoughts for Potato Thriller, my most recent game.

     As many of you know, I released "Potato Thriller" three days ago. April 1st, 2016 to be exact. Potato Thriller is an indie horror game that obviously does not take itself too seriously nor is it really even intended to be taken seriously at all. However, it is something that I am actually very proud of.

      I have been posting about this game for while now here on the blog for the past couple months. Keeping updates about development and how things are going and so on. Originally this game was just going to be a simple short one level game that was a silly take on the "Silent Hills P.T." demo. It was just some random quick game I wanted to throw together in a couple days. However, as I continued to develop the game and created more and more content it eventually expanded into this huge game project that took its own direction.

     It became something that was more than just a parody of  the Silent Hills P.T. demo. While some elements have been inspired from the Silent Hills P.T. demo such as the looping hallway and a very similar level design (the looping hallway level), the game itself - "Potato Thriller" is actually nothing like P.T. at all.  It became my own original unique game which features a cast of colorful characters and a strange but somewhat interesting and sort of complicated story-line that I made up as I created the game. Gameplay mechanics changed up throughout the game. Level design became unique and different and started providing a challenge, different enemies were introduced and actually had an established A.I. to kill the player, more characters were created and tied into the story and the game actually ended up turning into a full game that had actual gameplay. It became a game that is not just another indie horror game where you walk around and wait for a jump-scare. Its not just a jump-scare game. Its a game where you could actually get killed in many different ways. A game where you could progress further into the story to learn more about what exactly is going on.

Aside from that, Potato Thriller also turned into a game full of mystery. There is a bunch of hidden content in the game that might not even really have anything to do with the game itself. Some people might find some secrets as they play. Some secrets are harder to find than others and some secrets might never be found in the game at all. Aside from the story-line in the game, I wanted to add these hidden elements into the game. I wanted to create an experience that would make the player feel strange. Like get a "what? is this suppose to be happening?" or "is this actually part of the game?" type of response. The games story-line is one element of the game while at the same time, these secret mysterious elements hidden around may contribute to something greater then what the actual game is. Maybe the game is hiding something else? Maybe there is more to it. Will it ever be discovered? Who knows?

     Anyway, I am not really typing this post up to brag about my new game and show off. Nothing like that at all. I know my own game has its flaws. Its not perfect and not the greatest indie game out there. As a matter of fact, my game doesn't even really have the most positive feedback. A lot of people bashed the game and said that it is garbage, low quality, poorly made, etc and that is completely fine. In games, especially indie games, there is always going to be some form of negativity. Its just natural. I don't really blame those people for thinking this way either. Making this game, I kind of expected responses like this. I knew it wasn't going to really going to become this big thing. I knew that not many people would really be interested in it. Potato Thriller, is definitely not a game for everyone. Again, its not really a game that is meant to be taken seriously or take itself seriously.

When I was making this game, I wasn't aiming to be the best. I wasn't planning on creating an amazing epic game that was going to be "the next big thing in indie games". I wasn't saying to myself, "okay, I have an idea for such a cool indie game, I need to start working on it, post it to kickstarter, get funding for it, THE PEOPLE NEED THIS! etc" (off-topic, but I honestly hate kickstarter and would never ever ask for funding to create a game on any funding site.)  It's not a game that had stuff like documentation, planned game design, pre-made concept art or any early concept work at all. Its nothing at all. It was a game created with no background intentions at all. Its one of those games that was created without a purpose. A game that isn't really trying to be anything.  Its a game that I just really enjoyed putting together. Honestly, nothing was planned for this game and I just made it up randomly as I went. Its a game full of ideas. It was just a game project that I would open and close from time to time. Whenever I randomly thought of an idea, I would just throw that in the game. However, with that said, there is an established story-line in the game that explains everything. A beginning, middle and ending.

With all that said, Potato Thriller is definitely a game project I am very proud of. This is the biggest game I have ever made. I created so much content for the game and just really happy with the overall results even if its not the most appealing indie game ever, I actually did put in a lot of work and effort into creating this strange title. Even though its a really weird game I stuck to it and finished creating it. I really enjoyed making it and had fun. Again, this post isn't to brag about my game, but its more of a reminder for myself to see the milestones and accomplishments that I was able to achieve while making this game. 6 years ago, it was my dream to create video games. I knew nothing at all about making video games and I thought I would probably never learn how to create video games. Over the years I created many video games. Each game I improved more and more over the last. I was constantly learning more and more about game development. And looking back at older projects and seeing content that you created yourself is a really awesome feeling. I don't necessary make the best/good games, but I try. Making games is something that I truly love doing :)

Thanks for reading.
Potato Thriller is currently available on

Fake websites stealing stuff from my game and other indies...

     Hey everyone. Just wanted to post a quick blog update to let people know about some very shady game websites that steal from indie game developers for their own benefit.

I recently found my newest game "Potato Thriller" on several different online gaming websites. However, the thing is, its not my game. Websites such as,, and many many more shady looking online sites steal graphics and images from indie game developers work and then use the same exact name as the title for their crappy game that they are hosting on their website (which is probably also stolen) to confuse people into thinking that the that is the actual game from the developer when in reality its not. They do this to attract traffic to their own websites so they can get their ads clicked and make their money. Which by the way, these sites are very very spammy. They have ads everywhere, like the ones that say "congratulations you are the 1000000 visitor click to claim prize" or "download this software" etc, annoying pop-ups and just not a very cool website at all. These are the kind of websites that will probably give your computer a virus. So, its best to stay away from places like these.

Not cool....

And Just look at how they make up some BS description for my game and other games:

Potato Thriller is an online Horror game that you can play for free here at Poki Games Online. This game is one of our featured games with a rating of 8 / 10 (from 1 ratings). Potato Thriller is one of the many Horror games that we feature. In the mood for more like this, then check out Potato the Destroyer or Just Potato. To play even more poki games, go on over to the all time top games page.

No... just stop. This is not cool. Not cool at all....

And, its not only my game, they steal stuff from other indie game developers and host on their site as their own. For example, "Emily wants to play" - This game has become a pretty well known and successful indie horror game for PC that is available on Steam. But again, these spammy websites take the name and images from the actual games and use that to market their own crappy games.

Some other indie games they stole from:

So if anyone goes to these websites thinking that these are the actual games that indie developers created, just know that they are not. 

Anyway, I just wanted to let people know about this because someone needs to say something. I was actually a bit disappointed to see this. This is not cool at all. And I am not just speaking for my game, I want to let other indie game developers know about this as well because they worked hard on their games and to have some spammy website just take from that hard work and use it to advertise their own site is just like a huge slap across the face.

I have never heard of these websites and am in no way affiliated with them. I'm sure the other indie developers whos games are supposedly on here also have nothing to do with these websites.

Potato Thriller is not an online game that you could play in your browser. Potato Thriller is currently only available for Windows pc and Mac, at the moment. Potato Thriller is currently only available on itch and you can check it out here:

I am working on getting it on other platforms and game websites and will post updates when I have more news. It will only be available at places I say it will be on this blog or on my twitter.

Thanks for reading. More updates soon.

Friday, April 1, 2016

Potato Thriller (P.T.) - OUT NOW! [UPDATED]

     Its finally finished! "Potato Thriller" a crazy weird indie horror game I have been working on for about 6 months now is finally finished and out now!

Get Potato Thriller here:
Potato Thriller is currently available for download from
You can check it out over here:

You Also get the game from Gamejolt here:

About Potato Thriller: 
     Known for deep frying his victims, Potato Man is the most notorious serial killer out there. After receiving an anonymous tip about the whereabouts of the Potato Man, bounty hunting team Quindalin and Dexter depart on a capture mission to put an end to the Potato Man once and for all. However, trying to capture this dangerous criminal might be the biggest mistake our heroes ever make... 

"Potato Thriller" is an insane horror / thriller / action game with a crazy story-line and constant changing gameplay mechanics. Play as Quindalin, the best bounty hunter around. Explore the dark twisted world of the Potato man as you struggle to survive dangerous environments, encounter deadly enemies, meet strange characters, and come across many unexpected situations.

Potato Thriller is a game filled with many surprises...

Potato Thriller Launch Trailer:
Also, I have made one final final short trailer for the game. I know I said that the previous trailer was going to be the final trailer, but I couldn't help but make one more. So here is the "Potato Thriller" Launch Trailer. Enjoy!

For more trailers, check out my Youtube channel.

Other Info and future updates:
     Currently "Potato Thriller" is available for PC and Mac platforms. I will probably work on porting it over to Android as well down the road. At the Moment, Potato Thriller is only available over at I am working on making it available on other indie gaming sites such as Desura and Steam.
If you would like to see this game made available on Steam, please head over to the Steam page and vote for it so it can get the GreenLight.
You can vote for it on Steam over here:

Keep checking back to this post for more updates.

UPDATE: 4/4/2016
Watch Out for Fakes!

Some websites are stealing content from indie developers. Read full article here:

UPDATE 2: 4/4/2016
Potato Thriller Afterthoughts blog post.

UPDATE 3: 4/12/2016
Potato Thriller Coming to Android Soon.
PT for Android

UPDATE 4: 4/15/2016
Potato Thriller Portable. Now on Android.

UPDATE 5: 5/30/2016
Potato Thriller Greenlit on STEAM!

UPDATE 6: 6/19/2016
Game updates and preparing for steam release

UPDATE 7: 6/22/2016
Potato Thriller released on STEAM!
STEAM game page