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Optimization!

January 20, 2017 6:14 pm

In our previous post we mentioned the word ‘specs’. One of the issues we’re addressing right now is optimization, so that medium-spec PCs can also run The Crow’s Eye. Optimization is a very important part in the development and shouldn’t be overlooked. Even the tiniest detail counts! And, since it’s Friday and another week is coming to an end, we’d love to share one picture before you start off the weekend!

Switch?

January 18, 2017 6:00 pm

2017 has only just begun. A few days ago, Nintendo presented their new console, the Nintendo Switch. Despite its outer design looks pretty good, we’re still waiting to know the console’s specs, because at the moment there is nothing clear. Do you think it’ll be well-received?2017 has only just begun. A few days ago, Nintendo presented their new console, the Nintendo Switch. Despite its outer design looks pretty good, we’re still waiting to know the console’s specs, because at the moment there is nothing clear. Do you think it’ll be well-received?

A long road…

January 13, 2017 7:17 pm

The Crow’s Eye is about to reach an important stop after a long journey. A stop, because it’s not its final destination (and we don’t want it to be). The Crow’s Eye is the result of countless efforts, of our bet on something that today, despite the world of gaming is at the peak of its popularity, is extremely hard to achieve when working in the indie industry.

We find ourselves very fortunate regardless of the results we may achieve, as launching a game is already a process that (sadly) not many studios can do, resulting in a myriad amazing ideas being left behind.

This is why today we want to devote some of our time to them, to those games that, due to lack of funding or innumerable other reasons, will not see the light. Don’t give up and good luck with your projects!

We’re back!!

January 10, 2017 6:00 pm

We’re back with our batteries fully charged and as motivated as you can imagine! Long and hard working days are coming. Stay tuned these weeks, they’ll be crucial for The Crow’s Eye!

Merry Christmas!!

December 25, 2016 11:00 am

Although days of rest and being with our families are coming, we’ll take the opportunity to do some hard testing on The Crow’s Eye! So,from the depths of christmassy bug-finding, we wish you and your family a Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year!!