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Better Late Than Never – Astrobase Command Dev Update – January 28th 2019

Hi Everybody! Last weeks late blog post is here! We skipped the previous week's blog post because we spent a lot of our time in planning meetings to figure out how to best take the next big steps in Astrobase Command. We did however have enough time to put out...

All the Little Things – 16th Dec 2018

Hi Everybody! This week we're talking about some of the other small, medium, and even big things we've been working on since we last put out an Alpha update (aside from the Astrofleet app in our last post). There's a mix of station simulation event features, UI/UX changes, and upgrades...

Astrobase Command Weekly Gamedev Update: Improving the Wow Factor – March 9, 2018

Daniel - @Polygonatron Hi everybody! This week I've been working on various smaller tasks. Improving the visuals a bit here and a bit there. Some of the things I did this week are already in the latest build, for example the new color scheme (and minor layout changes) of the...

Procedural Story Generation Design – Astrobase Command Dev Update – 19 Feb 2018

Hey guys! The design is currently at a phase where a top-down approach is being used to determine the details of story generation (whereas the station simulation had been a bit more bottom-up). This means coming up with fictional scenarios as targets for what we want the story engine to...

Procedural Conversations and Feeding the Crew: Astrobase Command Dev Update – 30 Jun 2017

Adam - @adam_blahuta Hi everyone, After wrapping up some of the last core AI behaviors for crew last week, I was able to tackle Dave's update conversation design. It took some doing, but we now have the ability to describe a two-person conversation! Once the necessary AI to support crew...

Weekly Dev Update – May 6th 2016

Adam Hey everybody! With the work that was done to overhaul character and section highlighting, one of my objectives this week was to convert some of the desk interaction to use the same approach. The object contours made for much cleaner highlighting of objects we interact with and the shared...