After working on this game this Summer, I can finally release the early version of my game. There isn’t much meat to the game yet, and there are sti..
Today I’m going talk about a few technical aspects of my game, including the battle system and how the game stores data, both of which turned out to..
When doing any coding, bugs and mistakes are to be expected. In fact, when I code something for the first time, the chance of failure is..
Hello and welcome back to From Zero to a Game! In this post, I’m going to be talking about my progress on creating maps, players, and text boxes. So..
Welcome back to From Zero to a Game! Today, I’m going to be talking about some of the tools I’ll be using to create my game, as well as showing what..
Hey, I’m Hiroya from Lincoln High School. You might remember me from my previous column, Preschool Philosophy, but this time, I’m going on a complet..
The final episode of Preschool Philosophy is here, and it focuses on the Ship of Theseus, a thought experiment written by Plutarch. It deals with id..
This month’s video focuses on two philosophers with radically different views on motion: Heraclitus and Zeno of Elea. Heraclitus believed that every..
The second Preschool Philosophy video is going to focus on the philosophy of motion. You might be asking yourself, “What’s so philosophical about mo..
This month’s philosopher is Diogenes of Sinope, one of the founders of Cynic philosophy. He infamously lived like a dog; in fact, the word “cynic” d..