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To celebrate the upcoming release of Yeah Jam Fury: U, Me, Everybody! this week, we’re giving people chance at winning a free Steam Link or Nintendo Switch!
My first commercial game in conjunction with World Entertainment Studios makes its official Steam debut on December 15th!
We certainly hope you’ll add us to your Wishlist (or perhaps you have some gamer friends for whom you’re still Christmas shopping for *hint* *hint* )
Also thought I’d share another video we uploaded showcasing some gameplay, along with a special tease at the end 🙂
So we’ve recently started showcasing gameplay overviews, tips, and tricks across our various social media platforms to help spread awareness about the new game.
The first question you might ask – what exactly is Yeah Jam Fury?
And this week we’re featuring tips for the first of our lovable trio named Yeah!
Be sure to follow @YeahJamFury and @McLeodGaming on Twitter to keep up to speed, and expect many more updates to come in the following weeks leading up to release in December!
So two things:
First, I have a new Twitter handle @RealCleod9 so please follow me! (This is different from my company Twitter @McLeodGaming since I plan to use the new one for interpersonal connections and game dev banter)
Secondly, in case you missed it from my various other news outlets, Yeah, Jam, and Fury are back in an all new game coming to Steam this December for Windows, Mac, and Linux!
I’ve teamed up with World Entertainment Studios (formerly WillyWorld Entertainment), to transform what was once a simple Flash game into a full-fledged puzzle-platform experience for the desktop!
In this new version there’s over 100 levels of puzzle-platforming fun, new game mechanics, crisp HD graphics, gamepad support, leaderboards, a custom stage builder (with sharing!), dozens of achievements, and more!
I’ll be updating this blog during my journey towards a release date. In the meantime, here’s a brief introduction video on the basics of the game:
So it’s been quite some time since I’ve written any posts (and even longer time since any of them were music related!) so I’ve uploaded 3 new pieces of piano sheet music to my Music page!
(Special thanks to Iker Estalayo’s YouTube channel for providing the basis of these beautiful piano renditions of music from DBZ Super’s OST!)
I’ve been wanting to get back into transcribing pieces for piano, so if you find these interesting or would like to make a request please leave a comment! I find that transcribing pieces from anime and games is pretty relaxing and helps keep my music chops fresh. I’m definitely hoping to do more of these for the days to come.
In addition, I should note that this year I plan to shift the focus of the blog towards game development. Up until now I have spent most of my time in the professional web development space, but my true passion is games. I hope to share all sorts of knowledge I’ve amassed over the past decade – hopefully something I’ve learned will be useful to you readers out there!