I spent some time this week creating a new HTML5 version of the classic Macintosh game StuntCopter. It’s been a number of years now since anyone has done a remake, and I believe this is the first HTML5 version. I tried to get the game as close to StuntCopter 2.0 as I could, but […]
I’m still alive and my channels and website aren’t dead. Thank you to the people who have been concerned and sent emails / comments. I will be back soon! The Disappearance of Killgruz It has been a few months now since I’ve made any sort of progress on ANY of the video or game developing projects I’ve been working on. I’m […]
A few days ago I bought my own Avermedia Game Broadcaster HD card, as I think it will help ease the process of making videos.
Discussing what I’ve been up to in 2013 and where Killgruz will be headed for now.
I spent the last couple of days working on a new web version of an ancient Macintosh game titled “MacBugs!”. It was sort of a Centipede style shooting game from the mid-1980’s, and one that I spent hours and hours playing as a kid. I loved it (and still do), which is why I made this.
100 days. It’s been 100 days now since my last episode of the Classic Mac Gameplays show, and as sad as it is for me to call it quits for that show, it brings a huge sense of relief with it. You see, I have a tendency to take on more than I can handle, and […]
Killgruz.com has been on the back burner for a while now that I’m back in school, but it is in no way dying off. I’ve been moving a considerable amount of the Macintosh related posts to their new home on ClassicMacGames.com, so right now this place looks a little bare.
For over a year now I’ve been releasing about an episode a month of my Classic Mac Games series. I’ve tried my hand at doing weekly videos, and while 1 video a week is ideal, I simply don’t have the time for it. 1 episode a month helps keep a good balance between my personal […]
I was serious when I said I was going to be switching this blog over to iWeb. I wanted to try my hand at the ultra-simplified website building interface that iWeb offers, but learned after only 3 weeks that it’s not for me. I’m used to the power of WordPress, and I just couldn’t get […]
The past week or so I’ve been moving this blog over to this new design using iWeb. I loved using wordpress, but lately I’ve been having problems with it and found myself having to constantly manually update it, and waste more of my time than necessary. Things would always break, and I’d have to monkey […]