Since the beginning of the year, I have focused my attention on a new game project which I call “Network Traders”. It is considerably more extensive than Coopong and thus takes up much more of my time. So much that you haven’t seen any new articles on this blog for almost a year. However, I am about to change this by starting a DevBlog for this new endeavour.Continue reading DevBlog: (Re)Start
On January 11th, 2021, the Games:Tech:Blog has counted its 25,000th visitor since the publication of the first article in March 2015. This is not really an impressive number, but since blogging is no more than a hobby of mine this is nonetheless very satisfying. Now it is time for a quick resumé and to discuss some insights and statistics.Continue reading On Blogging – Tips and Insights
Buying the right civilization cards in Civilization (the board game) is something of a science in itself. Especially considering all the bonuses correctly requires some higher mathematics. My support tool CivCalculator for Windows PCs supports the players while buying civilization cards. Continue reading CivCalculator available for Download
Welcome to my very first blog, a blog about games, technology for games, and technology in general – hence the name Games:Tech:Blog. My name is Ingo, in real life I have one of the coolest jobs in IT industry: I’m a games developer. However, these pages won’t be about this job, but about the things I’m working on in my spare time:
- Reviews of board and computer games
Strategy games are the type of games I enjoy most, and I very much like to play older titles, repeatedly. Therefore, I hope that there will not only be one-time reviews but also walk-throughs of matches and strategy guides.
- Self-made computer games
There’s a very long queue of good ideas for games and tools for supporting board games in my mind, and now and then I even get to sit down and implement something. I’m happy to share the results with you and of course I hope they will be played or used. Your feedback would be very welcome.
- Experience with programming, frameworks, and tools
As a long-time developer you often stumble over problems that lead to interesting solutions or debates. The internet may have solutions for many things, but most of the time they are difficult to find. If writing an article about those issues saves a long search for one or the other, my time was well invested.
Having little experience regarding the “blogosphere” I tend to be a little careful and therefore restrictive with comments – registering before committing comments is therefore necessary at the moment. Nevertheless I am grateful for any criticism or suggestions on my articles and I am happy to publish them. But I’d be as happy about private feedback via email.
The primary language of this blog is German, just because I get it written down much faster. Nevertheless I will try to translate the more interesting articles into English, but I ask for your understanding if this is not always possible.
Thanks for looking in. Hope to see you again soon!