Despite the lack of updates during the past few months, Translucency is still live and well. I’ve been working with Microsoft for several weeks to iron out some issues between my developer account and the Microsoft store, which was preventing me from moving forward with my first app.
With that all cleared up, I’m happy to announce that Sleepy Kids is now available on the Windows Store! Here is the direct link to the Store page: https://www.microsoft.com/store/apps/9nblggh1jn8t
Sleepy Kids is a Universal Windows App that will run on any Windows 10 device. Information is also available on the download page.
Most of my development time has been spent on my upcoming game, After. I’ve made a ton of progress since my last post, but I’m not yet ready to reveal too many details. There’s a link on the navigation bar that will lead to the development blog. All information and updates related to After will be on there. I’ll be activating the link soon, and updates will start becoming more frequent.
I’ll also be launching a Kickstarter campaign for After. My goal is to have that ready by February, but nothing’s set in stone. You’ll know when it’s close, though. I’ll be plastering information all over the place with annoying frequency to reach as many people as possible. You, my dear friends, will be asked to help spread the word!
Well, that’s all for now. Feel free to check out Sleepy Kids, report any bugs, rate and review it on the store page, etc.