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Hello World!

Published on 24. June 2012, by in General.

Dear reader,

welcome to biondoo.com! Soon you will find information about the games I’ve developed. I plan to do income reports and some programming tutorials, too. This post being my first blog post ever as an app developer, I think it would be best to introduce myself and talk a little about who I am and what I do.

Currently I’m studying business economics at the Ruhr University in Bochum, Germany. I’m living together with my wonderful girlfriend for over six years now and we’re both proud parents of house cats: Sammy, Jack and Betty. Expect to see pictures in the future. :)

In my free time I like to play games on PC or Xbox 360. I’m also an big fan of roleplaying games like Dungeons & Dragons, Traveller or Gamma World. Programming has been my main pastime  for about 1.5 years now and soon I’ll finally take the final step and publish my first game to the Google Play store. In the last 1.5 years I’ve dabbled in many programming languages: Java, C#, Haxe, and Actionscript among others. Having almost no formal schooling (aside some information science courses back in school), I had to try out many of them simply to find out if they are right for me.

I’ve now finally settled with Actionscript. This takes my right to the question of what I’m using to do my games. The game I’m going to release soon is programmed in the Actionscript language, using the Starling Framework and Adobe AIR to produce something which works on Android phones. Currently I’m in the finishing stages, designing an app logo, and doing some testing on the actual hardware.

Meanwhile, I obviously also have to take care of this website. Expect to see more content soon. If you have any questions or just want to talk, shoot me an eMail or follow me on Twitter. :-)

Cheers, Marcus

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