I'm an independent game developer living in Cracow, Poland. Born in 1987, graduated from Jagiellonian University in 2010. Former gameplay programmer at Polish game studio Tate Interactive.



Twitter: MarcinDraszczuk

My Games

Yet Another Zombie Defense

Duel: The Art of Combat

Get Your Girlfriend Into Games

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Oozi Ep. 2 released!

Saturday 26 November 2011 at 3:49 pm

You can get it here: http://marketplace.xbox.com

Weekly update #1

Saturday 19 November 2011 at 9:00 pm This week I worked mostly on the fourth episode od Oozi. It's going quite smooth - all gameplay mechanisms are already implemented, all that's left to do is to fix the bugs, add some polish, attach the particle and sound effects. And make a boss. The final boss for Oozi, yeah. The project is getting close to completion.

I also submitted the second episode to XBLIG peer review and prepared a brand new trailer. If nothing really unexpected happens you'll be able to see both next week!

Blog's not dead!

Tuesday 15 November 2011 at 8:04 pm It seems I'm not very good at blogging - my last post was about five months ago... I have an explanation, though. Remember when I said we submitted Oozi to Dream Build Play? Well, we were lucky enough to be awarded with Semi-Finalist status. The results were announced in the middle of August. We were quite excited and hoped it might allow us to release the game on Xbox LIVE Arcade. However, three months later, we finally know it's not going to happen.

There's some good news, though. Episode 2 of Oozi's Adventure is already completed and submitted to Xbox LIVE Indie Games certification process. It means that it will likely be released within a week! Another good news is that our work at Episode 3 is 90% complete and there's quite a good chance we'll be able to release it by the end of the year.

I also decided to post a quick summary of my weekly progress every Saturday and a bigger one at the end of each month - getting myself motivated to post should be much easier when there's a deadline to keep :).