I’m the mentor for ‘experimental’ for the 2014 Samsung Smartfilm Awards. Very curious what people will send in.
Blood, sweat and tears: Bodily inscriptions in contemporary experimental film by Kim Knowles. A great article that amongst other films also mentions some of my older films.
Teslapunk is now out on OUYA. Check it out.
A Shoot-Em-Up with two different playing modes. In arcade you play through different levels, dodging bullets, killing enemies with your laser and occasionally canceling bullets with a feature called Voltage Burst. Canceling bullets raises the multiplier and thus the score. But beware, it also raises the difficulty. Epic boss battles await you. In survival you have to fight endless attack waves, collecting coins and power ups on your way. You can equip and level up your ship to be more effective.
Help Nikola Tesla defeat Dr. Mabuse who tries to conquer the world. His directive: Establish an empire of crime. Now who would want that? Certainly not our inventor friend whom you have to assist. Only Tesla’s Death-Ray can stop Mabuse’s evil forces and you are the one to use it. Ain’t that something. Fight your way through three levels of bullet infused attacks by Mabuse’s henchmen in arcade mode or defeat waves of Mabuse’s retro-futuristic spaceships in survival mode. Whatever you do, don’t die!
Available for free for iOS at the App-Store here
for Android at the Google Play Store here
or for Windows Phone here
Review on Indiestatik here
Review on 148 Apps here
Currently working on the soundtrack for Teslapunk. If you like you can listen to Level 3 on Soundcloud. Go here.
Here’s the trailer for ‘Teslapunk’, the game I’m working on:
Working on a game at the moment. It’ll be a shoot-em-up (shmup in short) featuring a retro-futuristic / vintage graphic style and hefty doses of high-voltage. The game is a co-production with KlutzGames. It’ll be out for smartphones / tablets (Android and iOS) and Facebook this summer. Here are two screenshots:
Here on Rapporto Confidenziale you’ll find six of my best of five films I saw in 2012 (not necessarily from that same year as you can see, as you can also see I’m not good at counting).