Over the last many months, one of my Jester Friends has been slowly annaling the development of his RTS/Empire Building game and galaxy simulator. I’ve been fascinated by his posts, and apparently he finally took my advice and started a blog. Those of you who have a hobby interest in game development – and those of you who have a professional take on it ;) – might find this quite fascinating to watch. I hope he’ll repost some of his earlier screenshots of solar-system development, spherical modelling, and the other caveats he’s dabbled with.
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