Over at Photics.TV, a new series of videos has begun. In short, it’s a heroic tech support. Now that might sound like two entirely different things, but look at the world we live in today. It’s very informational and very technological. One of the biggest troubles of the modern age is managing all that data. In particular, we’re told “learn to code” but the specifics on accomplishing that objective is a bit fuzzy.
A lot of bold moves were taken in the last two weeks. For starters, there’s a Photics shop at Etsy. That’s how the new digital version of “A Book About Hype” was made available. After a brutal rejection by Apple, a new strategy was needed. You shouldn’t build your castle on sand. Apple’s inconsistent approval process is just awful. So, and this is a big change, I’m giving Google another shot. Lots of people said I should do it, so here it is — Photics.TV is now online.
Let’s face it. 2020 was a rough year! This year, so far, it’s not much better. Let’s change that! Let’s have some fun! Let’s make some games! That’s the objective of this article, to announce the 2021 “Year of Fun”. It’s an idea that Tumult Hype developers can get together and make some games — maybe even make some friends.
Anyone ever call you too controlling? Context matters! In the video game world, it’s really bad if you’re not controlling what’s going on. That’s the point of this week’s free Tumult Hype template. It shows how to add a 4-way controller to your game. It’s quite similar to the phenomenal Jump template, but this one has three distinct differences.
This is one of those things where it’s just easier to show than explain. Are you a human on Earth? Then you probably know about the day / night cycle. So, why don’t our websites know about this? Many websites operate like it’s 12:00 PM — all day, every day. What if your website could know the difference? What if your website could react to the time of the day? That’s the task for this week’s free Tumult Hype template.