The last time I published anything about Hot Chai Productions (my company) was about a year ago as I was wrapping up Jumpy Friends.
So let me catch you up.
Spoiler: If you’re wondering if I’ve made it yet, the answer is…
Still a starving artist. Still wouldn’t have it any other way.
Around a year ago I decided I wasn’t being successful at balancing the vlogging life and the coding life and needed to choose one or the other.
I chose coding.
I really miss vlogging and I hope to return one day (with an all-new show idea) when Hot Chai Productions is financially more viable, or when I burn out coding.
Whichever comes first.
On to the productions.
Here’s a run-down of my projects since I moved to Manhattan last year:
Jumpy Friends: Shipped (iOS, Android, Kindle, Windows)
DekaBlox Arena: Shipped (iOS, MacOS, Android, Kindle, Windows)
SlideWords: Shipped (iOS, MacOS, Android, Kindle, Windows)
ToonR: Shipped (iOS, Android)
I’ve also refreshed my most popular game, SpeedWords Arena, and created some working prototypes of a couple of other games that I may ship at some point.
And I’ve got some recent big news to share, but more on that in an upcoming post.
I’ve been wanting to write about some of the more interesting technical challenges I’ve faced during these projects, and I’ve been thinking I probably should start a separate blog for that, but I really don’t want to maintain multiple blogs.
So… I’m going to experiment by writing about both personal and technical topics here.
Next up, I’m gonna tell you about Jumpy Friends, and we’ll see how it goes from there.
Hot Chai Productions