Unity Editor Tools – Maze Generation

Intro For our first title Sky Labyrinth, way back in August 2015 we planned for a minimum of 30 mazes (aka levels) for initial release. We’re sticking to that number (technically surpassing, if you count the 7 tutorial mazes). In order to significantly cut down on time spent manually designing levels and placing objects, we created a […]

Going dark!

Today we’ve moved our GitHub repository “skylabgame” over to a private repo. All of the links to code, issue tickets, etc. throughout our blogs and tweets will lead to a 404 page unfortunately =( Worry not! We love the open-source community and want to release SkyLab’s codebase, in part or whole (haven’t decided yet) to the […]

New Programmer!

Meetings meetings meetings   The SkyLab team just wrapped up 51/2 hours of of meetings…*whew*. After briefly going over this week’s progress, we discussed a myriad of decisions ranging from game design, to art direction, to tools implementation. We solidified several design decisions that were sort of up in the air, we concretely determined what pieces of […]

New art lead!

After meeting online, discussing the state of Sky Labyrinth, and where we think the art direction should go, we are proud and beyond excited to officially announce that we’ve signed Carl Kidwell onto the SkyLab development team! He joins us with decades of game development experience (both AAA and indie) and dozens of titles under his belt. […]

What is slide tackle supposed to do?

This past Feedback Friday we received a lot of amazing feedback, but redditor Saiodin earns an honorable mention with his fantastic level of detail and volume of feedback. Without undermining how helpful and constructive his post was, there was one particular part that has us dying of laughter: Don’t know what Slide Tackle is supposed to do. […]