My name is Thomas Viktil and I make computer games. I have a strong passion for game design and programming. Most of the games presented here were made for clients. Some games are still online while others aren't. The articles I write are mostly about technical issues and programming tips.
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Markus og Måneraketten (Markus and The Lunar Rocket) is a point and click adventure game about a kid called Markus, a lunar rocket and a very dangerous invention.
Hocus Pocus Alfie Atkins is a charming children's game for iOS and Android. It's set in the Alfie Atkins universe created by Gunilla Bergström in 1972, and builds on the book with the same name.
Two small games made for the launch campaign for JIPPI, a series of healthy food products for children.
For christmas 2012, the communication agency Hyper gave their clients a dice app and a yahtzee score book as a fun little christmas present.
I often find my self wanting to add a button or some other simple control to an inspector for a component that already exposes a lot of public properties. I'll show you how you can append controls to an inspector without having to write lots of code.
Being able to add custom methods to GameObjects can really make your code more readable.
This is the simplest way I have found to setup Git with Unity.
If you're like me and like your tab indents to use spaces rather than tabs, and you always remove the standard comments above Start and Update, then this little tips might be useful.