How to upload a game to the Google Play Store (in pictures)

I just wanted to create this quick reference guide for how to upload an Android game (mine’s a Unity game, but I suppose any .apk file will be the same) to the Google Play Console. Mostly because it’s easy once you’re used to it, but as a beginner it’s not straightforward, and I’m worried that at some point I’ll forget how it all works 😛 Continue reading How to upload a game to the Google Play Store (in pictures)

I’ve launched a new 2-player game called “Chicken Fokkers”

So I’ve made another game. This one has an awesome title that definitely came first. Chicken Fokkers is out now, and you can download it for Android here:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.DavidDickBall.ChickenFokkers&hl=en

Here’s a promo video I created for the launch:

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Solburn Cluster project

So I’ve been working on a new(ish) project which for now I’ve been calling “The Solburn Cluster”, and right now it’s a collection of unconnected modules and assets that I’ve created in Unity, ready at some point to be formed into a game – or many games. But right now I’m sort of working without and end goal, creating things that I think I’ll need.  Continue reading Solburn Cluster project

The terms Left and Right wing don’t always make sense and people seem to be using them to mean different things

At the time of writing, the UK is gearing up to an election,, which means many people have talked to me about politics. The terms “left wing” and “right wing” are used, and I easily get confused about these sliding scales, because everyone seems to use them to mean different things. Continue reading The terms Left and Right wing don’t always make sense and people seem to be using them to mean different things