Slice of Sea reveal trailer



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This is not the best day in the life of Seaweed. One might even say he’s out of his element.

From the creator of Submachine comes the adventure of Seaweed, a mysterious character from Daymare Town.

This is a point and click adventure game. Everything you see in this game was drawn by hand on paper. Use keyboard to move around and mouse to solve puzzles.

Music was created by Thumpmonks and main theme song written and performed by Cat Jahnke.

This game is still in development, I predict it’s release to be early 2021, however the exact date is not set yet, as the game will be released when it’s ready.

#sliceofsea



Adobe Flash Player End-of-Life (EOL)


When is the Flash Player end-of-life (EOL)?

As previously announced in July 2017, Adobe will stop distributing and updating Flash Player after December 31, 2020 (“EOL Date”). We made this announcement in collaboration with several of our technology partners – including Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Mozilla – which issued complementary announcements with more technical detail on what the Flash Player EOL will mean for developers, enterprises, and consumers using their specific OS environments or browsers.

Why did Adobe decide to EOL Flash Player and select the end of 2020 date?

Open standards such as HTML5, WebGL, and WebAssembly have continually matured over the years and serve as viable alternatives for Flash content. Also, the major browser vendors are integrating these open standards into their browsers and deprecating most other plug-ins (like Adobe Flash Player).By announcing our business decision in 2017, with three years’ advance notice, we believed that would allow sufficient time for developers, designers, businesses, and other parties to migrate existing Flash content as needed to new, open standards

How will this decision impact Adobe Flash Player support and distribution for the remainder of the year (2020)?

Adobe will continue issuing regular Flash Player security patches, maintain OS and browser compatibility, and add features and capabilities as determined by Adobe through the end of 2020.

Will Adobe make previous versions of Adobe Flash Player available for download after 2020?

No. Adobe will be removing Flash Player download pages from its site and Flash-based content will be blocked from running in Adobe Flash Player after the EOL Date.
Adobe always recommends using the latest, supported and up-to-date software. Customers should not use Flash Player after the EOL Date since it will not be supported by Adobe.

If I find Flash Player available for download on a third-party website, can I use it?

No, these versions of Flash Player are not authorized by Adobe. Customers should not use unauthorized versions of Flash Player.  Unauthorized downloads are a common source of malware and viruses.  Adobe has no responsibility for unauthorized versions of Flash Player and customers’ use of such versions is entirely at their own risk.

Which browsers and operating systems currently support Adobe Flash Player?

Please visit http://www.adobe.com/products/flashplayer/tech-specs.html for the latest list of Flash-supported browsers and operating systems. Note, as it gets closer to the EOL Date, the number of Flash-supported browsers and operating systems may decrease so Adobe strongly encourages customers to migrate to other standards.

Will Adobe provide security updates for Flash Player after the end-of-life date?

Adobe will not issue Flash Player updates or security patches after the EOL Date. We recommend that all users uninstall Flash Player before the EOL date (see manual uninstall instructions for Windows and Mac users). As of mid-October 2020, users started being prompted by Adobe to uninstall Flash Player on their machines since Flash-based content will be blocked from running in Adobe Flash Player after the EOL Date.

Does Apple Safari support Flash Player?

Apple Safari version 14, released for macOS in September 2020, will no longer load Adobe Flash Player or play Flash content. Please visit Apple’s Safari support for more information.



Wish You Were Here




Submachine mystery box




Cat in Color


A glimpse into one of alternate futures.



Back to Watercolor


After months of inking this is somewhat refreshing. Welcome back, old friends.



Covid-19 Quarantine May


Day 51. People often ask me – are there going to be any pipes in my new game.

Day 52. People also often ask me – are there going to be any machines in my new game.

Day 53. I might have gone a bit overboard with this one…

Day 54. Just relaxing underground…

Day 55. Just relaxing underground in color.

Day 56. I sense a theme…

Day 57. Imagine darkness.

Day 58. Never mind, I did it for you.

Day 59. Early morning totally professional game design session.

Day 60. Teleporter designed by my daughter. :D

Day 61. Now with more energy.

Day 62. So, by now we’re two inktobers deep in this. Cool, cool.

Day 63. Let’s stay connected.

Day 64. The plan.

Day 65. Find the trip-up.

Day 66. Execute.

Day 67. Let’s face it.

Day 68. Impatient improv.

Day 69. Meanwhile in the loop.

Day 70. Meanwhile, today I made some changes in the Submachine Card Game. This card is now obsolete.

Day 71. Immortalised yesterday’s fallen card by redrawing it in my sketchbook.

Day 72. And the transformation is complete.

Day 73. Back in business.

Day 74. Sunday grind.

Day 75. Abundance of clicks.

Day 76. Almost forgot.

Day 77. The grind.

Day 78. Cross hatched crossword.

Day 79. Hello there.

Day 80. Thank You for watching. Good night and good luck.



Easter Egg 2020


Even thoug we’re all quarantined – the tradition stands. This year it’s a gnome, taken straight from latest 10 Gnomes quarantined in Malmo. He’s holding rare, mythical and legendary collectibles from the game. And from real life as well…



10 Gnomes in Malmo


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This game was created during the Covid-19 quarantine in March and April of 2020.



Covid-19 Quarantine April


Day 21. Guess where I’ve been today.

Day 22. Muh subconscious.

Day 23. Release of 10 Gnomes in Malmo.

Day 24. An idea for next Submachine.

Day 25. Fly.

Day 26. The Lighthouse.

Day 27. Since I can’t show you drawings for the new game – I’m showing you ALL the drawings for the new game. And there will be more…

Day 28. What is it, daddy?

Day 29. Well, back to it. Next batch of ink drawings for the big game…

Day 30. It’s not finished yet, but please, do come in.

Day 31. Easter is cancelled. Tradition is not.

Day 32. Revelation.

Day 33. Should we even keep counting?…

Day 34. Things I can’t show you yet.

Day 35. Sandman returns.

Day 36. Ideas for NEW Submachine come as they please.

Day 37. Boxed in.

Day 38. Let me out.

Day 39. Boxed in in color.

Day 40. Advanced lighting system. Top of the line I’d even say.

Day 41. Never forget.

Day 42. I had to draw a cheat sheet for my wife so she could understand all time jumps in “the Last Dance”. :D

Day 43. Layers, like in photoshop. Except in real life.

Day 44. Layered, colored.

Day 45. :D

Day 46. Meanwhile, outside.

Day 47. That’s it, I’m going back underground. Or should I say: I’m going subterranean.

Day 48. Meanwhile, outside.

Day 49. Yes, my sketches are basic, I admit.

Day 50. Day… 50… Let that sink in… Day… Fifty…


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