A Terran Battleship on the way to replenish the shrinking ranks of Imperium of Man on some forsaken, distant world locked in eternal warfare. A previously undocumented Warp Gate, crackling, flickering. An unnamed planet, recipient of this Warp Gate's refuse - like a cosmic dumpster - where the displaced battleship falls onto, breaking apart on... Continue Reading →
Welcome back to the weekly Minibots Arena devlog! Today we're looking at another game component: the map. Thinking up the game, I wanted to stay away from two things: Massive Wargaming-style play area where you need to check everything with measuring tape. Annoying diagonal rules of Pathfinder and D&D combat that comes from having straight... Continue Reading →
Hi everyone, Today I'll be talking about the 1st game component that I've created when getting started, and also the backbone of the game: the cards. Always keep in mind that we're very early development. That means that the design of the cards will 100% change, as well as the art (currently just using pictures... Continue Reading →
The game Minibots Arena is constantly mutating in this early stage. However, the fetus idea was very different than what it is now.
For past readers: First of all, it’s been a long time since my last text on this blog. Simply put, over time I slowly lost the interest to write, and when I did, the quality was not up to my standards. Road Beer as the name suggests is about travelling - my muse. I have... Continue Reading →
LIFE IN VIETNAM I was born in the countryside of Vietnam. So I lived there all my life until I was 18 years old. After graduating from high school, I moved to Ho Chi Minh city to continue studying in a university. I have been living in HCMC unitl now, for about 15 years. So... Continue Reading →
Day 4 was again spent being driven by our friend and guide Yukari to small towns that were just awesome. Our first stop was in this castle that was turned into an interesting museum. Inside the museum you could try on shogun + concubine costumes! On the way to our next stop we saw these... Continue Reading →