Trying to hire? Want more female applicants? Triangular Pixels discusses how to appeal to female developers and diversify your studio…
The role of the producer within a game studio can be pretty contentious. Where big studios utilise product owners to hold budgets and manage the development time of medium to large games, the need for a production role in indie studios is less established.
Many of you will not know that I carry a hidden learning disability – Dyslexia. It can affect my daily life, it affected my education, and has shaped me as a person. I wanted to write up this blog post so I can share with you that having this disability isn’t necessarily a negative, and if you are affected – to give you reason to keep pushing and show you you can still be a successful designer.
We’re starting a little side project, thanks to the trackers HTC have sent us!
The VR tracked pet! (/small child)
Thursday, 9th March 2017
Exceptional news for the Cornish Games Industry – Triangular Pixels, VR games studio from Bude, has had their game “Unseen Diplomacy ” nominated for this years BAFTA Award for Games Innovation.
Hi everyone! It’s time for a round up of the year.
This year has been the ‘big launch of VR’ which everyone has been waiting for. It was a big year for us too, with a game launch and awards.
Punching well above their weight, two-person startup studio Triangular Pixels has taken home an industry coveted Develop Award for ‘New Studio’, winning over some very tough competition.
We’ve been nominated for ‘New Studio’ at the Develop Awards to be held in Brighton, 13th July 2016.
or, How we went from Knightmare to Unseen Diplomacy.
One of the great things about showing off any kind of VR to people is watching people’s imaginations sparking when they start to think of the possibilities. People come up with all sorts of interesting ideas, but for those of a certain age one suggestion is almost inevitable to appear:
In Unseen Diplomacy you get to duck and crawl around like a secret agent, your body being the controller – but what happens if you are unable to do so? What if you find it difficult to be that physical due to having restricted movement?