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Google Universal Analytics for Unity

Here’s my first addition to the Unity Asset Store:

Google Universal Analytics for Unity.

This is an unofficial helper for using the Google’s Universal Analytics. A new way to integrate state-of-the-art realtime analytics on any platform – as long as it is capable of standard http requests.



Old stuff to start with One Game A Month – IOCCC19 Billiards

IOCCC19 Billiards
A failed attempt at taking part in 19th IOCCC.

There’s a new “One Game A Month” project which has just started at January, with aim for developers to make game each month for a year (or more). Although it’s February already, there’s still time to start and submit for January as well, the first month being a special case where you can submit late entries.

I didn’t do anything new for the January and thought about skipping that month already, but then I decided I could just add some older thing for the January entry, and here it is…



22nd Ludum Dare contest was held late last year. Now that it’s going to be held 23rd time next weekend, I thought maybe it’s finally time to add a page and posting about my entry to the last one!

So, for the #22 theme was “Alone”, weirdly somewhat close to theme used for 20th LD48. I made a wannabe-artsy-moody game called LIFELONE which tries to convey feelings of loneliness. Or something. Check it out.



Back in October, we wanted to attend the forthcoming Alternative Party event. I think one could say it is a demoscene event, but with a broader or different scope or goals – for example, encouraging or embracing artistic expression with niche platforms (either niche by being rare, or niche by being so old).

So, we thought about taking part in the alternative demo competition. The platform is mostly free choice there, but the compo name itself directs you to think about something different. I thought that maybe it could be interesting to make a demo which would consist of only a single static line with changing colors, and try to take most of that limitation. That is, to make a “1-Dimensional Demo” (at least by my definition).