GoldFire Blog
DEC 16

2013
Kickstarter Roundup #2: Weekly Dose of Indie Games

Having gone through a successful Kickstarter campaign for CasinoRPG in early 2013, we know how hard it is to get noticed and scrap all the way to your goal, especially if your name isn't Tim Schafer. So, we've decided to help spread the word about our fellow indie game developers and post a weekly roundup of our favorite games we've stumbled across lately. Fight The Dragon Explore, Battle & Loot in this epic hack'n slash action RPG, or create & share your own Adventures like a true Dungeon...

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DEC 11

2013
GoldFire Studios Blog Newsletter

If you've noticed renewed life on the GoldFire Studios blog lately, it isn't by accident. We've been so busy since the CasinoRPG open beta launch that we haven't had time to keep up with the blog. Well, we've revived our muse and have a lot of great topics to cover in the coming months, such as game development, Kickstarter (see our new weekly roundup series), games, startups and more. There are many ways to keep up with this like RSS, Twitter and Facebook, but often the most convenient way...

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DEC 09

2013
Kickstarter Roundup #1: Weekly Dose of Indie Games

Having gone through a successful Kickstarter campaign for CasinoRPG in early 2013, we know how hard it is to get noticed and scrap all the way to your goal, especially if your name isn't Tim Schafer. So, we've decided to help spread the word about our fellow indie game developers and post a weekly roundup of our favorite games we've stumbled across lately. Scraps Build a combat vehicle from parts. Components have real functions, and realistic physics support your horrible design...

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DEC 06

2013
State of Gaming in Oklahoma

When people think of Oklahoma, right or wrong, they tend to think of cowboys, oil and tornados. What they don't often think about are elves, epic battles, zombies, grand tales of heroism and other fantastical things. For you see, these creative endeavors couldn't possibly exist here...could they? While it's true that historically there hasn't been substantial development in Oklahoma, there's an obscure military simulation, Call of Duty, that has its roots in Tulsa. I didn't think you'd be...

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DEC 03

2013
OKC.js: Howler.js

Howler.js has been an incredibly rewarding and eye-opening project for many reasons, but mostly it has just been amazing to watch so many creative developers using the library to build incredible web apps around audio. Many of those developers are located right here in our hometown of Oklahoma City, and I was thrilled to get the chance to once again speak to our local Javascript user-group, aptly named OKC.js. This talk started with the basics, going into details on what howler.js is and...

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