June 2019 Devlog

This month has been punctuated by some big news that’s kinda Ooblets-adjacent as well as some fun new stuff in the game itself. We’re working as hard as we can to get the game finished (and fun) while also having a tiny itsy bitsy life outside of Ooblets, too.

May 2019 Devlog

This month has involved more secrets than we typically like to deal in… We’d love to tell everyone all the stuff that’s going on, but if something doesn’t work out we don’t want to have to walk it all back and look like real dumdums.

There are also some secrets we’re keeping because they’re fun to reveal later, like hypothetical new ooblets…

April 2019 Devlog

Hello again! I try to write up a summary at the end of every month of what we’ve accomplished and dealt with. This past month has involved a lot of… unexciting changes, like balancing, bugfixing, filling in missing animations, and UI tweaks—but that’s a good thing!

If the number of systems I’m adding or drastically changing is decreasing, it means we’re not sooo far from a launch (there were still a couple of new systems we added though…)

So what have we been up to in April?

March 2019 Devlog!

Hi everyone! I know we’ve been a bit quiet this past month. It’s because we’ve been preoccupied with a bunch of Ooblets stuff that’s not left us a lot of time to be very social on social media… BUT we’re planning on carving out more time going forward to share a lot more with you.

So what’d we get up to in March?

February 2019 Devlog!

I know we’ve been a bit quieter than usual this month, which is because we’ve been super busy! The good news is that means everything is actually coming together!

Another January Devlog

Oh boy, this is the third January of us working on Ooblets! That’s probably a really long time to be waiting for a game, but not a long time for a two person team to be developing a game like Ooblets.

We know you folks are getting antsy for a release date, and so are we. We don’t have an estimate just yet, but we’re definitely feeling like things are coming together.

An Ooblets year in review

First off, if you’ve been following along with Ooblets development, supporting us through Rebecca’s Patreon, being a part of the community, or sharing our work with your friends, thank you so much! You probably have no idea how much we depend on all of you to keep us going.

Sleepy vending machine man and other news

I was planning on doing a bunch of single-topic devlogs this month but I only ended up doing one… So here’s the recap of whole bunch of stuff from last month!

What is the Hankerbot?

As game developers, we know firsthand how complicated social interactions are. Games often boil these interactions down a bit to be more manageable, which ends up with situations where you do things like throw turnips at someone every day until they fall in love with you.

While that’s totally on-brand for us, we still wanted to take things in a slightly different direction.

Halloween etc.

It’s actually probably after Halloween by the time you read this, but that’s okay because we really like Halloween and wish it could be year-round.

To that end, we may have gone a little overboard on all the Halloweeny stuff in Ooblets…