Tuesday, February 19, 2013


So I've fixed that pesky bug with a really simple solution.  I would share with you readers, but I'd have to kill you.  Sorry.  :(  You'll see soon enough.

I've also been considering starting a Kickstarter to crowd-source Maize.  The funds could cover software/model costs as well as iPhone and Android Unity licenses.  That means there could potentially be a Maize app for both smartphones!

$1,000 would cover everything above; $1,500 more could buy a Unity Pro license; $3,000 more would buy iPhone and Android Pro licenses.

And any backers would get access to awesome Maize beta builds as well as other rewards. :)

Expect one soon!
What do you readers think?

Sunday, February 17, 2013

Bugs and a Promo

After several days, hundreds of lines of code, and a couple headaches, the mother of all bugs has been squashed.

I'm feeling pretty happy right now, so have a promo.

Saturday, February 16, 2013


Sorry about the lack of updates; I've been bug squashing.  Lots of it.

Anyone knowledgeable of UnityScript out there?

Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Domain Change

I changed the domain to maizethegame.blogspot.com.  This shouldn't cause any problems; if it does, be sure to leave a comment below.

Saturday, February 9, 2013


This is a big milestone in Maize development - there's actually corn in the game now!  One promo for all of you readers.  Check the promo section for more.

Any questions about Maize?

Corn :)

Wednesday, February 6, 2013

New Maize Screenshots

There are some new screenshots in the Maize Promos section, check them out!


Frequently asked questions:

Q:  What is Maize?

A:  Maize is a survival-horror video game set in a cornfield.  The object of the game is to, well...  survive.

Q:  How far along is Maize?

A:  Maize is still in a rather early developmental stage.  I'd estimate that it is 40-50% complete.

Q:  Who's working on Maize?

A:  Maize is solely developed by a 15 year-old from Texas with creative influence from friends and family.

Any more questions?  I'll answer (almost) anything.

Welcome to the Maize Blog!

This blog will be updated frequently as Maize approaches completion in the coming months.  +1 and follow this page to stay updated on Maize's progress!