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Freebie Fridays! PaleMoon Browser.

Mozilla Firfefox is out of control. It typically consumes between 2 and 4 GIGS of memory on any one of my systems. From what I’ve read, this seems to be a known issue occurring in proportion to uptime and resulting from memory leaks. In one of the threads...
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Freebie Friday! 3Ds Max Rigging Resources.

Equally at home in a Tutorial Tuesday (check back next Tuesday for a more thorough write-up), these resources aren’t of my creation. But they are great! As mentioned Wednesday in a microblog entry, I’m “…working on rigging. It’s not going great.” Now things are going much, m̶u̶c̶h̶  better...
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Freebie Fridays! Where to Sell Indie Games: itch.io

Previously, in a Tutorial Tuesdays post entitled “Marketing for Indies – PR, Social Media, and Game Trailers“, I mentioned indie game selling site itch.io. In the post I described itch.io as “an indie distribution site where the developers get to keep 100% of their proceeds. It also facilitates...
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Freebie Fridays! Bfxr.

According to its website, “Bfxr is an elaboration of the glorious Sfxr, the program of choice for many people looking to make sound effects for computer games.” It has a web interface as well as standalone versions for both Windows and Mac. I haven’t used it myself, but...
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Freebie Friday!

Last week’s Freebie Friday! introduced readers to “The Blacksmith: Characters,” an especially nice free Package of character models from Unity. These characters would find themselves right at home in the “Viking Village,” another especially nice free Package from Unity. You can find it here: https://www.assetstore.unity3d.com/en/#!/content/29140 (Once again, it’s sadly...
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Freebie Friday! Unity Blacksmith characters.

Unity offers a plethora of good free #gamedev assets. Their Sample Projects page is especially useful for finding development learning resources (that being said, learning and using state machine technology, particularly Playmaker, is far more quick and efficient). Their free art assets are really good too, with the...
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