Author archive: Eric Yockey

The Evolution of Software Piracy

The Evolution of Software Piracy

If you’ve never directly participated in software piracy or the trade of other counterfeit goods, you are no doubt aware that it happens, and that it’s a very real problem for many industries. Even when reading that sentence, you likely felt it was inappropriate to lump harmless file-sharing in with counterfeiting–to many, online piracy is a victimless…

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Various samples

A horse modeled in Zbrush from scratch in 3 hours using a couple photos for reference. The first low-poly model is 3994 polys and uses a texture and normal map. The second low-poly model is1210 polys with the same maps. Images 1 and 2 are the high-poly models from Zbrush, image 3 is the 4k low-poly model rendered in 3D…

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Cardiac: Fitness Racer™ (2012-2013)

Cardiac™ is a combination of cardio equipment and a racing game. Players are seated in a recumbent bike and pedal and steer, racing against other players who are either seated next to them or online in other venues. The game is being developed with Unity3D. Target markets are gyms, schools, and arcades. Website: Product page at…

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Transgression™ (2012)

Transgression™ is an arcade-style game that was released on the Xbox Live Indie Games platform in 2012 and is available for 80 MS points ($1). Gameplay is similar to the classic arcade game “joust”, but with a cyberpunk twist. Websites: Official page for Transgression™ Microsoft’s XBLIG page for Transgression™

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Marathon//Max (2009)

Marathon//Max is a total conversion for the MaxFX 2 engine used in Max Payne 2. The game merges a semi-modern 3D engine with the concepts and assets used in Bungie’s early 90s sci-fi “Marathon” trilogy, transforming a single-player 3rd-person experience into a multiplayer 2nd-person (over-the-shoulder) deathmatch. The game was released to ModDB in 2009 and…

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Neon FM: Dance Radio™ (2005)

Neon FM™ is a 5-panel arcade dance game designed to focus to North American musical tastes. The machine was engineered to use a revolutionary capacitive-sensing system which would use the player’s natural electrical field to activate the foot panels, resulting in a more natural dance experience and lowering the maintenance requirements of the machine dramatically….

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Websites

Below are some captures of websites designed for clients and for personal use.

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Miscellaneous Work

Below are samples from a host of side projects and contracted work.

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