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By day, I make games. By night, I make even more games, one of which is available on the App Store, and you should vote for, on Steam Greenlight!

Mostly a programmer, I also do an attempt at art, music, game design, and many other activities related to game development.

My aim is to become the best game creator in the world. Stay tuned (probably for a long time)

You can also check my series of "Introduction to..." answers on the Game Development Stack Exchange:


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comment How to cope with choking when playing games?
This sounds interesting. Have you tried it yourself?
Feb
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Feb
20
revised How to cope with choking when playing games?
Reworded the question to better reflect the actual terminology, which was previously unknown to me.
Feb
20
comment How to cope with choking when playing games?
That is an extremely good article. At least I now know that this has a name: "choking", that it is different from panicking, and that it happens to everybody. As a secondary note, googling "how to cope with choking" yields lots of unhelpful results ^^
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Feb
20
comment How to cope with choking when playing games?
@bd33 It may help, but it may also heighten your consciousness, which is undesirable. However, this doesn't work in tournaments or in arcade games, where it matters the most.
Feb
20
comment How to cope with choking when playing games?
@Robotnik this is a serious problem that has affected my gaming performance for years. In addition, waiting for the next day means that I have to do my warmup routines again. It's not like you can just wake up and full-combo a 1600-note song.
Feb
20
comment How to cope with choking when playing games?
@fbueckert I've tried that for this specific purpose (seriously), but my reflexes take a serious hit, which doesn't really help to clear the non-critical parts of the game.
Feb
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Dec
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comment Can I skip cutscenes in XCOM: Enemy Unknown?
What about the cutscenes when a bunch of aliens awake and move out of sight? I find these to be huge concentration-killers, and add nothing, yet they can't be skipped.