Sportsfriends is a compendium of four joyfully fun local multiplayer games for PlayStation 3 and home computers, featuring Johann Sebastian Joust, BaraBariBall, Hokra and Super Pole Riders.
All four games are accessible, spectator-friendly, and deeply replayable. We want to take the current prototypes to completion, adding tons of different ways to play while keeping them simple at heart. Publishers aren’t interested in local multiplayer-only games, so that’s where you come in. We need Kickstarter funding to make this project happen.
Back us with $15 or more, and you’ll get this package of four games PLUS exclusive rewards. And you’ll make it possible for us to finally bring these games to the broader public and to YOU!
Learn more and support Sportsfriends here!
These are all awesome games. We’ve hosted Joust events at Juegos Rancheros several times and plan on having another at the Austin Film Society party coming in a couple of weeks. We also had a tournament of BaraBariBall at Fantastic Arcade, and we had Pole Riders in our Foddy Olympics at Juegos. It’s awesome to have all of these games together in one package.
• 29 November 2012 • 51 notes
haven’t inked in a while. Messed this up a little. Gonna start over and it’ll be better.
• 26 November 2012 • 45 notes
Hi guys! You can buy this design on a shirt now! It comes with a free glow-in-the-dark pin!
(Originally created for Light Grey Art Lab’s “Pokémon Battle Royale" art show. But re-scanned, re-edited, and tweaked to fit on a shirt.)
While you’re there, you can pick up my fancomic “Letters To An Absent Father" (comes with stickers!) and this Tiny Cartridge sticker pack.
I hope you had a nice Thanksgiving!
• 23 November 2012 • 157 notes
quickie ‘fore I do the dishes
• 22 November 2012 • 182 notes
a thing that happened the other day + a style I’m jacking from saho tono
• 21 November 2012 • 182 notes
Episode #26 – Sex Doodles
We’re back for a new episode and are unbelievably rusty—probably because Scott hasn’t spoken for six months.
Scott & I have a podcast and it’s weird and I’m mean.
• 17 November 2012 • 43 notes
Here’s a bunch of stuff you can buy that features my work, some of which you might not know about!
First off is a reprint of my pokémon comics which are now being distributed through fangamer! Each copy comes with a sheet of stickers! (If you ordered from me over the summer and haven’t gotten your copy, let me know.)
Row 2: Shirts!
First is a t-shirt I designed for Bear & Walrus, which comes with a free download of their latest album!. Next, a t-shirt for Meatbun with a cute lil meat bun guy driving a kart. And the last one is from a while back (2010!), but I still love it a lot and it’s super soft. This one was made for Lion’s Share Industries, a really cool vegan-owned company that makes shirts that don’t suck. Printed on 100% organic cotton, with eco-friendly inks & dye :>
Row 3: Prints & Poster & Stuff
I still have about 20 copies of my “Girls < Pizza" poster (after that, I probably won’t print more). "DS Club”, which I made for the Fangamer Versus Attract Mode art show during this year’s PAX. I’ll post more about it later. And then the Tiny Cart Sticker Pack. Stickers you can put on your DS/3DS games!
Row 4: Comics!
I have a 2-pg comic in Secret Prison 7, a 4-pager (“Okinawa”) in š #10, and another four pages (“Zen Yogurt”) for Sonatina #1.
And I updated the store section on my website with all this info. Plus a little more. So you can check that if you forget.
• 15 November 2012 • 136 notes
Hey! I have a new shirt on Meatbun! I forget when I made this! A while ago! Cool!
(It’s a little meatbun driving a little Mario Kart kinda thing and it has a meatbun on it)
I like making things for people. I want to make things for people. ALSO, if any of you are putting together any anthologies, you should email me. (mareodomo at gmail)
REMINDER: a comic from yesterday about a kickstarter you should kickstart
• 13 November 2012 • 104 notes
Maré Odomo explains why you should support LA Game Space. We love you, Maré!
Donate to the LA Game Space on Kickstarter.
• 12 November 2012 • 13,995 notes