Category Archives: Clutter

Slapping Things In

I just realized this morning that one of my favorite things is – the last couple of weeks tweaking and tuning my games before they ship. And it’s [..]

Clutter, Games, Programming

Succeeding in Games: A Blog to Myself

How do I break into the games business? How do I create successful games? How do I succeed in games? How do I make my own games (the [..]

Clutter, Games, Life, Programming

Love My Customers

First, I wasn’t sure what to title this. I just hit 50 sales and I wanted to take a moment just to tell my customers how happy it [..]

Clutter, Games, Life

Clutter III – Updates and Questions Asked

First, I just got my 3rd Tip/Donation yesterday. Truly awesome (I obviously missed the 2nd Tip or I’m sure I would have blogged about that too). Also, I [..]

Clutter, Games, Life, Programming

Awesome: My First Tip

Puzzles By Joe has existed since 2000. For my first 3.5 years, I made games mostly for myself that were both abstract and difficult. I made about $300 [..]

Clutter, Games, Life

Busy Times and Tidbits

I’m trying to push myself to get the 1st-Hour playable done in the next 2-3 weeks. And by done, I mean really, really done. That way, I can [..]

Clutter, Games, Life, Programming

Casual Connect 2013

It’s 5 and 1/2 weeks away but I’m getting excited about speaking at the Casual Connect in San Francisco at the end of July. I’ve never spoken at [..]

Clutter, Games, Life, Programming

Clutter in Spain and/or
Genius in France

Spanish, German, French and Dutch.

Clutter, Games, Programming

The Perfect is the Enemy
of the Good (enough).

That’s a quote from Voltaire, and I’m just going to ramble on the pros and cons of that statement in regards to programming and games.

Clutter, Games, Programming

The Joys of Rack’Em.

My Rack’Em game is one of my favorite puzzle creations. First, I believe it’s 100% original. I don’t even remember how I got the gem of the idea, [..]